From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 19 2003 - 14:52:48 EST
I know y'all are having fun with this thread, but in
case Andrew's inquiry is at least half-serious:
> But why is the Hot Beverage character listed under the heading "Weather Symbol"
> in the Miscellaneous Symbols code chart ? Does it rain tea and coffee in North
> Korea ? Or does the annotation "can be used to indicate a wait" imply "Oh look,
> it's raining again ... let's go inside and have a nice cup of tea while we wait
> for the sun to come out" (Korean translation forthcoming).
It won't be listed under the heading "Weather symbol" in
the final charts, but instead under "Miscellaneous symbol".
The current charts are a beta production, based on
preliminary name list annotations derived from the WG2
meeting last December in Tokyo. The editorial committee
is busy improving the name list annotations -- and eventually
an improved set of charts, with many fixes, will be posted
for your delectation. In case it is raining, you can sit
and have a cup of coffee (or tea) while you wait for them.
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