From: Chris Jacobs (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 02 2004 - 20:29:31 CDT
> Still it seems legitimate to mark the font explicitly with the private
> convention it is supposed to support. For example a font containing glyphs
> mapped to PUAs assigned in the 2003 version of the ConScript PUA registry
> be marked as such by including a trace of this private usage agreement.
> it, nothing will indicate explicitly in the font for which characters its
> internal PUA bindings were intented.
I think this is not needed.
If a font has a trace to its copyright owner then it seems to me reasonable
to suppose the copyright owner is the one to consult when difficulties arise
about its PUA conventions.
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