From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Oct 29 2002 - 16:27:29 EST
> My eyes have glazed over reading this discussion. What am I being
> asked to agree with?
Here's the executive summary for those without the time to
plow through the longer exchange:
Marco: It is o.k. (in a German-specific context) to display
an umlaut as a macron (or a tilde, or a little e above),
since that is what Germans do.
Kent: It is *not* o.k. -- that constitutes changing a character.
[Sorry, guys, if I have ridden roughshod over the nuances... ;-)]
Michael, you might have to recuse yourself, however, since when
it was suggested that displaying Devanagari characters with
snowpeaked glyphs for a Nepali hiking company would be o.k.,
you misunderstood and suggested private use characters!
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