From: Tom Gewecke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 28 2003 - 23:05:46 EDT
>> >My question is more related to the requirements to display such a logo.
>> >all, one could use this logo on a web site that uses a standardized
>> >like ISO-8859-1
>> Why would you think that when the logo page says it must be UTF-8?
>No, the page suggests UTF-8 or an encoding form that complies with
>Unicode... >(So I think it includes ISO-8859-1 which enough for most
>European languages, >but still allows to use non Latin-1 characters as the
>HTML/XML standard defines >character entities which is a particular way to
>specify Unicode codepoints.)
I wonder about this. The Unicode FAQ makes the point that some browsers
will not display NCR's unless the charset is UTF-8. It does seem logical
that, NCR's or not, a page with the logo should be in one of the three
standard Unicode Encoding Forms, UTF-8, 16, or 32.
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