From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 30 2002 - 11:27:36 EDT
Martin Kochanski <unicode at cardbox dot net> wrote:
> I want to post a Cardbox database on our Web site (Cardbox is the
> database that we sell) that contains a list of all Unicode characters:
> hexadecimal code, decimal code, character, and character name (eg.
> GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA WITH TONOS).
> The first three of these elements are in the public domain, but it
> strikes me that the character names might be considered to be a
> literary work and therefore copyright. Does anyone know whether I do
> in fact need to ask permission before listing those names, and if so,
> whom I need to ask?
Boy, I hope not. Interoperability takes a holiday.
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