In message <9711301309.AA06905@unicode.org> email@example.com writes:
> Ar 11:09 -0800 1997-11-28, scríobh John Clews:
> >Michael Everson also replied to Emil Hers^ak:
> >> I would not fight strongly for a unification (which should come as no
> >> surprise to readers of Unicode list). What do existing typefaces provide?
> >> Are there any coded character sets with both?
> >John Clews notes:
> >That sounds like you are saying that we _should_ also consider
> >dis-unification of Cyrillic and Church Slavonic. Is that what you
> No, it is not. I meant that I would be favourably disposed to encoding an
> 8-UK as distinct from the existing UK ligature, depending on the evidence.
Thanks for clarifying that. I would favour that too. For the record,
I don't have any reason to suggest de-unifying Cyrillic and Church
I look forward to hearing from you
-- John Clews (Chair of ISO/TC46/SC2: Conversion of Written Languages)
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