From: Dominikus Scherkl (Dominikus.Scherkl@glueckkanja.com)
Date: Fri Mar 14 2003 - 07:28:59 EST
> It has been suggested many times to build a database (list,
> document, XML, ...) where each
> designated/assigned code point and each character gets its
> "story": Comments on the glyphs, from
> what codepage it was inherited, usage comments and examples,
> alternate names, etc.
> I am talking about both code points and "characters" on
> purpose, and I would go a step beyond
> documenting what's there. All the "characters" that can be
> represented by a sequence of assigned
> Unicode characters should be listed, with that sequence (or
> those sequences), and with further
> explanation if necessary.
But doesn't we have such - at least for newer additions?
Because, the proposals to add new characters offer almost
large background (only to increase the chance to realy
become the character added?!? :-).
Where do all this wonderful information goes after adding?
-- Dominikus Scherkl email@example.com
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