Scríobh Michael Everson:
>I would be very, very surprised if you found very much on the web
>That comes from my experience as one of the few people who did a
>research on Yi to get it encoded. Certainly most of it would be in
>if it were there.
In fact, I found a big nothing!
Moreover, the language name, "Yi", does not help with search engines: it is
so short and a common Chinese surname, so a lot of unrelated stuff comes up.
I would prefer something in Western languages, however if you have URLs to
Chinese stuff I should, very theoretically, be able to read it; and if it is
something about the script, I espect a quantity of tables and pictures.
I would be happy, at least, to see bitmaps of all those "YI SILLABLES" and
"YI RADICALS" that have been added in Unicode.
I'd also welcome references to paper books (if they are not collector's
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Everson [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: 1999 October 26, Tuesday 16.38
> To: Unicode List
> Subject: Re: Yi
> Ar 10:06 -0700 1999-10-25, scríobh Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com:
> >I have seen the new Yi characters appearing in the Unicode database, but
> >know pretty nothing about it.
> >Could anyone suggest materials (better if on the Web) about:
> >1) The Yi script;
> >2) The Yi language itself;
> >3) Yi keyboards and/or input methods;
> >4) Any other interesting stuff (fonts, editors, learning aids, etc.).
> I would be very, very surprised if you found very much on the web at all.
> That comes from my experience as one of the few people who did a much
> research on Yi to get it encoded. Certainly most of it would be in
> if it were there.
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