At 09:19 97-02-01 -0800, unicode@Unicode.ORG wrote:
> Ken> It is just not on the table to start a new campaign to remove alleged
> Ken> mistaken characters from the international standard (especially when
> Ken> they are not mistakes). And it is particularly odious to attempt to
> Ken> sneak through a change from the SC2 level, without technical input
> Ken> from WG2 or the Unicode Consortium, or those who have implemented
> Ken> Georgian using the international standard.
>In Alain's defense, unless you know something I don't, I suspect he was just
>commenting on his interpretation of the situation. If something was sneaked
>through from SC2, then let your comment stand!
I had not felt attacked, as I myself said we should not touch this as it was
less critical than Korean. I was just answering Johan's interrogation. We
just need to know that modern Georgian has no notion of case but that
historically that has existed. That debate will have been very instructive
in this regard and will then have been useful.
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