From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 16 2004 - 00:56:43 EST
Mark E. Shoulson <mark at kli dot org> wrote:
>> I do understand the assignment of Klingon from U+F8D0 to U+F8FF was
>> for compatibility with an existing Linux mapping.
> Yes, and presumably Linux put it there following the "Corporate Space"
> rule, placing Klingon as their "corporate" characters. But it stepped
> on someone else's corporate space.
That's always the danger with using the corporate space. Or any PUA
space, for that matter.
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