From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 29 2004 - 20:31:59 EDT
Patrick Andries wrote:
> Andrew C. West a écrit :
>> Hmm, the problem is that the more "experts" that are involved the
>> more unlikely
>> it is that any sort of consensus can be reached, especially if, as is
>> often the
>> case, they lack the understanding of encoding issues and principles
>> that Michael
> [PA] What are the encoding issues here that "experts" would not possess ?
The concept of what computer encoding IS in the first place is something
that many historical scholars lack. And then building on that some
notion of what unifying and disunifying scripts implies.
Not that this necessarily should not be attempted, but it's very easy
for us to forget how ignorant the other 99% of humanity, intelligent and
learned though they be, is regarding computer technology.
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