From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 22 2004 - 22:11:34 EDT
> However, a bigger question emerges with the release of the draft version
> of UTS 35. What happened to TR 33 and TR 34? Indeed, what are they?
> Something must be at least tentatively planned for those numbers, but
> there isn't anything available publicly at least.
Working drafts of some material that may (and should) end up as
UTR numbers are assigned sequentially, and not all documents
progress with equal speed. When UTR's 32, 33, and 34 progress to
the point where there is consensus that they are in good
enough states to open them for general public comment as
public drafts, they will, in due time, get posted along
with the other drafts.
As the CLDR documentation mentions, UTS #35 is being moved along
particularly quickly, since it is effectively an inherited
specification from another project. It is already quite mature.
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