From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 27 2003 - 13:01:43 EDT
At 02:53 AM 6/27/2003, Peter_Constable@sil.org wrote:
>ISO: Then, obviously they need to correct their errors. I mean, it's not
>like the wrong characters got encoded or something. Tell them to just fix
>the errors; that can't be difficult to do, and is obviously the right
>thing to do.
That seems to be exactly what Michael 'as a member of WG2' is saying.
What if the request to change the Hebrew combining classes came *from* W3C
and/or IETF? I'm not saying that this is likely, but I'm wondering whether
they might, in fact, not insist on stability for characters for which
normalisation is currently broken anyway?
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If you browse in the shelves that, in American bookstores,
are labeled New Age, you can find there even Saint Augustine,
who, as far as I know, was not a fascist. But combining Saint
Augustine and Stonehenge -- that is a symptom of Ur-Fascism.
- Umberto Eco
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