Re: Revised N2586R

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Thu Jun 26 2003 - 16:36:51 EDT

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    At 13:23 -0700 2003-06-26, Kenneth Whistler wrote:

    >Not only is the name likely to change (based on all the issues
    >already discussed), but it is conceivable that WG2 could decide to
    >approve it at some other code position instead.

    Indeed I will probably propose to move the character on general
    principles. ;-) No cheating! ;-)

    >It is even conceivable that WG2 could *refuse* to encode the character.

    (I shouldn't think so.)

    >There have been precedents, where a UTC approved character met
    >opposition in WG2, and the UTC later decided to rescind its approval
    >in favor of maintaining
    >synchronization of the standards when published.

    And vice versa.

    Michael Everson * * Everson Typography *  *

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