For the record. I'm a member of the Unicode Technical Committee and one of
the Consortium's Technical Directors. I agree with Chris Newman's assessment
regarding any proposed registration of SCSU under RFC 2278. To wit, he
> Personally, I think registering this charset will be counter-productive
> to the acceptance of Unicode and is a bad idea.
It's my opinion that registering *any* more flavors of alternative encodings
for text is contrary to the current sense of the UTC, as well as members of
IETF. There are already too many variations, and we don't need any more --
especially we don't need any more encodings for Unicode data on the wire.
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