Your local standards archaeologist is wondering if anybody has more
information about the voted-down DIS-10646.1 of 1990/91?
Where exactly was it voted down? I read something about that in the
Unicode 1.0 book but I had to send that book back to the library in
Utrecht and thus connot look it up right now. Didn't the vote hurt
What architecture did the DIS-10646.1 follow? Are there any mapping
tables from DIS-10646.1 to Unicode?
Why does Unicode 2.0 Appendix C.1 say that Unicode 1.0 was published
in 1990 when it was published in 1991? And why does
http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/techreports.html say that
Unicode 1.1 is from 1991 when it was from 1993?
Why are older drafts and standards simply deleted instead of generally
made accessible to standard historians?
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