From: Peter Kirk (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 30 2003 - 19:14:29 EDT
On 30/07/2003 15:51, Ted Hopp wrote:
>On Wednesday, July 30, 2003 4:44 PM, Peter Kirk wrote:
>>This depends on who you mean by "we". It's not just you and me, Ted. If
>>in discussions on this list a consensus is reached that this is the best
>>way to go, then we have the top people in Unicode behind us and
>>convinced in advance. Someone needs to draw up a formal proposal, I
>>suppose, but that's not a big job. SBL and SIL both have a stake here
>>and experienced people who can help, if they agree. If we can't convince
>>this list, then we are probably on a loser. But I already see several
>>people starting to agree that a new character is the best way to deal
>>with this issue.
>By "we", I was referring to my company. If SBL, SIL, and others can be
>convinced to pursue this, I would laud it as a step in the right direction
>and would be happy to contribute what I can to the discussion. I just think
>that anyone submitting a formal proposal should be prepared to push it
>through the system.
Thanks for the clarification. Well, I have already had one unsolicited
offer to write the proposal, from Michael who has been doing them for a
long time I think. So it's certainly not down to just your company,
though I hope you don't have to drop out of the discussions completely.
-- Peter Kirk firstname.lastname@example.org http://web.onetel.net.uk/~peterkirk/
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