From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 19 2004 - 20:28:14 CDT
From: "Michael Everson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >- Where is this line?:
> > Syloti Nagri;Sylo;316;sylotÓ n‚grÓ;;2004-09-01
> A new script? Oh, it's in the old file and not in
> the new one? It, Coptic, and Phags-pa need to be
> in the list (they are all under ballot).
It was in the previous list (see the online HTML table 2).
Who decides for the addition of scripts in ISO-15924? I thought there was a
separate technical commity and that you were just the bookkeeper of the
decisions made by this sub-commitee. It can't be Unicode's UTC alone, as there
are already codes for bibliographic references that are not (and will never) be
encoded separately in Unicode,so I suppose that there are librarian or
publishers members with which you have to discuss, independantly of the work of
Unicode, which should only be the registrar for these codes. May be there's
still no formal procedure, and for now the codes are maintainable without lots
Do you want a script that generate HTML tables from the reference text file?
I'm not an expert in Perl, but my knowledge of PHP or "awk" is enough to create
I suggest you use a spreadsheet for now to allow sorting or moving columns.
One final note: there's still a missing closing parenthese in a French name <<
latin (variante brisťe >> for the Fraktur script.
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