From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 19 2004 - 20:34:16 CDT
At 03:28 +0200 2004-05-20, Philippe Verdy wrote:
>It was in the previous list (see the online HTML table 2).
What does that refer to?
>Who decides for the addition of scripts in ISO-15924?
The ISO 15924 RA-JAC.
>I thought there was a separate technical commity
>and that you were just the bookkeeper of the
>decisions made by this sub-commitee.
With regard to Coptic, and the need to sort out
the initial difficulties we are having, it seems
prudent that I do what is necessary to correct
faults. It is unlikely that the RA-JAC will
object to this.
>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 of administration.
Read the standard.
>Do you want a script that generate HTML tables from the reference text file?
No. We will handle that in due course.
>One final note: there's still a missing closing parenthese in a French name <<
>latin (variante brisée >> for the Fraktur script.
I think that has been corrected by now.
-- Michael Everson * * Everson Typography * * http://www.evertype.com
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