Without having fine-read the The Unicode Standard, I would suppose that
'Letterlike symbols' rather than 'Miscellaneous Symbols' be the
appropriate section for the SS symbol.
However, when other 'vile' symbols are conserned, quite a few of them
already seem to be present in 'Miscellaneous Symbols'. 'INCLINED
SWASTIKA' would find itself in good company there.
By now I shoud be in really dire straits with several of the
Michael Everson skreiv:
> Ar 12:41 -0700 1999-10-04, scríobh Scott Horne:
> >Rick McGowan wrote:
> >> It's just a logo -- same as any other corporate or government logo. Doesn't
> >> belong in the standard any more than any other logo.
> >There are other logos in the standard: the JIS logo, for example,
> This came from an industrial standard; but the BSI Kite Mark and the CE
> mark and the UL mark haven't been encoded.
> >and various religious symbols.
> The WHEEL OF DHARMA is not a logo. It and most of the other religious
> symbols, including the HAMMER AND SICKLE, are emblems, not logos.
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