Ar 13:18 -0700 1999-10-04, scríobh Scott Horne:
>Once again, the truth comes out: Japan gets its corporate and
>governmental logos because it's a wealthy country with established
>computer technology; others cannot have their logos because they
>were too poor or weak to get them established in "legacy
>character sets" in time for Unicode's arbitrary deadline.
Well, why don't you start a revolution then.
Honestly. This rhetoric isn't worthy of Mao. Or perhaps it's your way of
arguing that the "vile symbol" mentioned in the subject line really should
be encoded in the UCS?
There is a Principles and Procedures document which outlines everything a
person or organization needs to know about proposing characters for
inclusion in the standard. Have you read it?
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