At 14:35 -0500 2002-06-21, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >In fairness we should note that formal existing proposals seldom
>>mention input method. Code points need to be assigned before
>>input methods can be made.
>But that's only true when there's no question of how those characters
>were already being input into Unicode. Anything that's already being
>used with Unicode - CYRILLIC (LATIN) SMALL LETTER Q, a new apostrophe-
>like character - bring worries about how you're going to get people to
>stop hitting the <'> key or the <q> key and get them to use a new key.
-- Michael Everson *** Everson Typography *** http://www.evertype.com
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