From: Andrew C. West (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 29 2004 - 10:32:45 EDT
On Thu, 29 Apr 2004 09:58:11 -0400, Patrick Andries wrote:
> Andrew C. West a écrit :
> >Hmm, the problem is that the more "experts" that are involved the more
> >it is that any sort of consensus can be reached, especially if, as is often
> >case, they lack the understanding of encoding issues and principles that
> [PA] What are the encoding issues here that "experts" would not possess ?
I was stating a general principle here. I don't know what particular encoding
issues may be associated with Phoenician, but few scripts left to be encoded are
so simple as to be devoid of any encoding issues. And in general scholars who
are experts in a particular script may not fully understand -- or be willing to
recognise -- the encoding issues involved. In particular, they may be unwilling
to accept Unicode's character-glyph model.
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