Ar 02:41 -0800 2000-04-25, scríobh Antoine Leca:
>Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
>> Probably less than one person in a thousand today speaks a language that
>> cannot be reasonably represented in Unicode.
>Well, my first impression (before reading the other posts) was
>"What about sign languages?"
Sign Languages can be, and are being, written quite successfully. See
http://www.SignWriting.org. I am, with the Deaf Action Committee for
SignWriting, investigating the possibility of encoding SignWriting in the
UCS. We expect it will take a long time and require a reference
implementation using the Private Use Area.
Michael Everson ** Everson Gunn Teoranta ** http://www.egt.ie
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