Unicode Conferece Papers on the WEB?

From: James E. Agenbroad (jage@loc.gov)
Date: Mon May 18 1998 - 10:02:38 EDT

                                                Monday, May 18, 1998
It just occured to me that if the papers of all but say the last two
Unicode conferences were available on the web, access to them would be
promoted and, I suspect, sales only slightly effected. Since the papers
often contain nonroman characters it would take some technical expertise.
As an initial effort, indexing them to promote access would be easier
and also useful. Just an idea.

          Jim Agenbroad ( jage@LOC.gov )
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