From: Mark Davis (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 09 2003 - 23:28:49 EDT
I'm not exactly sure what your comment means, perhaps you can provide
some specific examples of what you are concerned with.
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----- Original Message -----
To: "Mark Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, May 09, 2003 19:54
Subject: Re: Proposed Update of UTS #10: Unicode Collation Algorithm
> Dear Mark,
> Thanks for your mail. I want to know about the prposed update
> much and what kind of suuport the new (and the old) product is
> I sent 3 mails to Paul of Microsoft regarding their support to
> Unfortunately nothing happened.
> One of the major problem for Bangla is that we have to type
something from the
> keyboard which is not in the code and save it from the code list.
> characters are pronounced after the words but typed before the word.
> One solution given by somebody is to change the way of writing-I
> OpenType has followed this solution.
> But I think the best solution is to keep peoiple writing in their
own way and
> solving by the Uniscribe.
> Looking for a reply.
> Quoting Mark Davis <email@example.com>:
> > There is a new Proposed Update of UTS #10: Unicode Collation
> > Algorithm, on:
> > http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr10/tr10-10.html
> > The main changes are the following:
> > - Added new Introduction. This covers concepts in Version 3.0,
> > 5.17, but is completely reworked. The Scope section has been
> > and is now at the end of the introduction.
> > - Changed the version to synchronize with versions of the Unicode
> > Standard, so that the repertoire of characters is the same. This
> > affects the header and C4.
> > - Added explanation of different ways that the Hangul sorting
> > can be solved in 7.1.4 Trailing Weights.
> > All significant changes are highlighted, and also summarized in
> > Modifications section.
> > This document will be reviewed at the Unicode Technical Meeting
> > starting June 10th. If you have any feedback on the proposed
> > please submit it by June 2nd. The document describes how to submit
> > feedback.
> > Note: In the case of the new introduction, we are especially
> > interested in feedback from those who are relatively unfamiliar
> > the conceptual issues connected with language-sensitive collation.
> > Mark Davis
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