From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 15 2004 - 10:46:09 EST
From: Chris Jacobs
> WHY THEN DISTRIBUTES THE KLI SUCH A BLATANTLY UNCONFORMANT FONT?
You could have said that without vociferating so loudly. (Against the
What is non conforming? The fact that the font uses PUAs? It's not illegal,
just not guaranteed to be interoperable for the long term across all
conforming hosts which may have their own PUA conventions.
So it is used by mutual private agreement between Klingon users, which
accept the fact that their texts encoded with PUAs may not be readable by
everyone as it requires a specific font... This means that these texts are
tightly bound to that font and that this font is to be used within rich-text
documents (HTML, Word, etc...) or can be used to prepare precomposed
documents like PDFs...
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