From: Michael Everson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 09:01:22 CDT
Thank you, Peter, for what you said..
At 08:09 -0700 2004-05-13, Peter Kirk wrote:
>But I should like to remind everyone that I did
>not call Michael "arrogant" on the list,
>although some subscribers have put these words
>in my mouth.
I can be arrogant sometimes.
>From what others have told me, the only
>significant such issues that have arisen are
>Coptic disunification and Kurdish K and Q, and
>the UTC did *not* initially accept Michael's
>judgments on these two. So, John, what are some
>of the very few specific issues on which
>Michael's judgments *have* been accepted?
YOGH and EZH were disunified. Nuskhuri and
Mkhedruli were disunified. The two QOPPAs were
disunified. NUNAVUT H and AIVILIK B were
disunified from Latin "H" and "b" as letters
naturalized by Canadian Syllabics.
>I have on my desk a sample of a tentative
>orthography for a minority language which
>includes a word
>Yes, that's Latin b - Cyrillic soft sign - Cyrillic hard sign - Latin b
>- Cyrillic soft sign - Cyrillic hard sign. (Or perhaps the soft sign
>should actually be U+0185.) Fortunately I am in a position to exert some
>influence to tidy this one up, if possible to use only Latin letters.
I would like to learn more about this.
-- Michael Everson * * Everson Typography * * http://www.evertype.com
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