From: John Hudson (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Nov 10 2003 - 14:23:02 EST
At 09:13 AM 11/10/2003, Peter Kirk wrote:
>So, if Masonic Samaritan script texts (no intention of secrecy there, by
>the way) should be encoded as a cipher of Latin and not with the Unicode
>Samaritan script, does that imply that Azerbaijani Latin texts should be
>encoded as a cipher or Azerbaijani Cyrillic and not with Unicode Latin?
Michael didn't say that Masonic use of Samaritan should be encoded as a
cipher of Latin. I suspect he cares as little about how Masons encode their
texts as I do. They will have the choice, in future, whether to encode
Samaritan as a cipher of Latin or as actual Samaritan characters. This is
irrelevant to Unicode.
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