At 06:44 AM 7/12/00 -0800, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
>Doug Ewell wrote:
> > There is already a separate list called "unicore" where
> > members discuss
> > proposals for new characters and scripts and other nuts-and-bolts
> > issues. (BTW, how can I join that list? Is it for Unicode members
> > only?)
>"Member-only" is reductive: you have to be a "specialist" member (US$600 per
>year); "individual" members (US$120 per year) are not allowed in.
The name 'specialist' was chosen to identify an individual with active
interest, and usually some relevant expertise, to contribute to the
development of the Unicode Standard.
Most people on the unicore list are members via their companies having
joined as Associate or Full members. The latter, as the name implies,
confers full voting rights.
For more details see http://www.unicode.org/unicode/consortium/join.html
(This URL is from memory, check the home page).
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