RE: interleaved ordering (was RE: Phoenician)

From: Dean Snyder (
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 11:13:19 CDT

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    Michael Everson wrote at 2:13 PM on Friday, May 14, 2004:

    >At 08:05 -0400 2004-05-14, Dean Snyder wrote:
    >> >> Why make something we do all the time more difficult and non-standard,
    >> >> when what we do now works very well?
    >What you do now is transliterate Phoenician text into Hebrew or Latin.

    Phoenician to Hebrew is not a transliteration; I don't use Latin.

    >> >Nobody plans to take away your rights and ability to continue
    >> >doing what you now do, if it works very well for you. Please,
    >>>sir, continue doing what you are doing with your current data. :-)
    >>It's incredible to me that you and others keep repeating this
    >>mantra, ignoring the fact (repeated for the nth time) that we will
    >>all be forced, in our separate research projects, to deal with
    >>MULTIPLE, COMPETING encodings.
    >You already do that, since Hebrew and Latin are "competing" encodings.

    I don't use, or advocate the use of, Latin.


    Dean A. Snyder

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