O.k., I cracked open the email archive from 1989.
*stands back and lets the musty odor dissipate a bit*
The term "Unicode90" was used in email on one day,
November 14, 1989, when Glenn Williams (then of Sun)
proposed the first draft text for the charter for what
he then called "The Unicode90 Consortium". Subsequent
discussion of the charter quickly dropped the "90",
and we ended up with "The Unicode Consortium".
Is this related to the mysterious "Unicode 90" that shows
up in the index to the CodeWarrior online documentation?
Stay tuned for the next exciting episode...
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