From: D. Starner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 30 2004 - 02:43:24 EDT
Kenneth Whistler writes:
> At any rate, since *neither* the capital C-stroke nor the capital turned-T
> are in Unicode currently, anyone who is thinking about putting together
> a proposal for the first one based on this Dorsey material might
> as well include the other character as well, so we don't have to
> "rediscover" it 6 years from now.
Distributed Proofreaders (<http://www.pgdp.net>) is transcribing the whole BAE
Report series for Project Gutenberg right now. There's more than the turned-T;
there's also a turned-K (capital and small) and I've been told of a turned-p.
I brought up the capital c-slash only because the relevance to the unification
of the small c-slash. I will hopefully be able to produce a proposal for the
whole collection in due time.
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