From: Francois Yergeau (FYergeau@alis.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 16:29:16 EST
> 1. the definitation in Unicode itself (3.0, 3.1)
> 2. the RFC which summarize it.
> I am sure you can control the point 1. But we have to understand the
> point 2 is also important. The reasone people refer to point 2 is
> usually the RFC is much shorter and focus than the Unicode standard
> itself. And also RFC is FREE of charge but not Unicode
> standard itself.
Consequently, it would be nice if anyone with an interest in the matter
would carefully review the internet-draft that is meant to replace RFC 2279
The proper list for discussing this draft is firstname.lastname@example.org, see
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/ for archives and subscription info.
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