From: Dean Snyder (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 15:24:19 CDT
>> Dean Snyder wrote:
>> Mike Ayers wrote at 1:04 PM on Thursday, May 13, 2004:
>> >Do you expect it to happen often enough that hacking together a Perl
>> >script to do it once isn't going to get the job done?
> One normalization script could be used any number of times. Clip,
>normalize, sort - repeat as necessary.
Multiply that times the number of independent researchers and separate
>> >Why is this a
>> >burning issue that has to be enshrined in the default UCA sort order?
>> [Or even a separate encoding for that matter?] Because of what lies
>> behind the responses to your questions above.
> I see no substance in your answers so far. Please clarify.
Why make something we do all the time more difficult and non-standard,
when what we do now works very well?
Dean A. Snyder
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Manager, Digital Hammurabi Project
Computer Science Department
Whiting School of Engineering
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