This paper, brought to your attention last June
has been updated recently. Still working on getting the formal
proposal together, and still welcoming comments and/or suggestions.
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 14:48:09 -0800 (GMT-0800)
Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> Richard S. Cook, of the STEDT Project at the University
> of California, Berkeley, passes on the following URL's, which
> contain documentation regarding the use of curly-tailed phonetic
> letters in the Sinological and Sino-Tibetan traditions.
> > Hi there,
> > You may recall that we (on the Unicode list and elsewhere) discussed the
> > issue of certain phonetic transcription characters and their possible
> > inclusion in the Unicode standard. Here is a copy of a paper that I
> > prepared some time ago on this subject.
<old URL's deleted>
> > I welcome any comments or suggestions, and please feel free to pass
> > these URL's on to the Unicode list, as I am currently not subscribed.
> > Best,
> > Richard
> > ----------------------------------------
> > Richard S. COOK, Jr.
> > STEDT Project, Linguistics Department
> > University of California, Berkeley
> > mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
> > http://stedt.berkeley.edu/
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