Date: Mon Nov 03 2003 - 18:06:12 EST
Folks on the Unicode mailing list:
I want to submit a Panel Presentation for IUC25
http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc25/submit-call.html topic "Let's Add More International Features to Tcl
I need 3 panelists for this presentation. Anyone know Tcl want to join me?
You can also join us if you can help us to summarize 2.a.i, 2.a.ii, or 2.a.iii
If you want to be one of the panelists, please let me which part you want to
present, and give me your bio by Nov 10 so I can submit the whole abstract on
I will ask for two continuous sessions for this.
Tcl is a famous scripting language use by many people. Tcl is also the basic
building block for AOLServer’s ADP technology. Start from Tcl 8.1, Unicode is
the default encoding used by Tcl internal. Several Tcl commands also has been
modified or added to support international data. However, we still need a lot
of locale based command to be build into Tcl in order to support a good
internationalized Tcl application. We call this panel discussion in order to find
out what should we do next for Tcl internationalization. This panel will be
divided into the following tree parts:
Knowing where we are- A review of Unicode support in Tcl 8.4
Knowing where are we heading-
A review of what other similar technologies provided for International
International support in ASP
International support in Java based server technologies
International support in Perl CGI
What should be there?- An open brainstorming discussion
How to get there? An open brainstorming discussion.
Frank Yung-Fong Tang
System Architect, Iñtërnâtiônàl Dèvélôpmeñt, AOL Intèrâçtívë Sërviçes
AIM:yungfongta mailto:email@example.com Tel:650-937-2913
Yahoo! Msg: frankyungfongtan
John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that
whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
Does your software display Thai language text correctly for Thailand users?
-> Basic Conceptof Thai Language linked from Frank Tang's
Want to translate your English text to something Thailand users can
-> Try English-to-Thai machine translation at
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