From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 12:16:27 EST
At 10:52 -0500 2002-12-17, Jungshik Shin wrote:
>I sincerely hope the proposed character set won't become a second case
>of Hangul precomposed syllables albeit in a scale about 10 times smaller.
>It'd be interesting to see how South Korea will vote on this. It may
>not be easy to vote against it because of its past 'sin'.
One could hardly argue for an industrial reason for such a change, as
was argued by Korea for Hangul at the Geneva meeting of WG2.
>Is there any opentype/AAT font for Tibetan? Do Uniscribe, Pango,
>ATSUI, and Graphite support them if there are opentype Tibetan fonts?
>In addition to the principle of character encoding, the best practical
>counterargument would come from a demonstration that Unicode encoding
>model for Tibetan script does work in practice.
I guess the Tibetans will be shown one at the October meeting of WG2
in California. I did speak to them at the meeting and informed them
about appopriate font technologies.
-- Michael Everson * * Everson Typography * * http://www.evertype.com
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