From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 20 2004 - 23:55:02 CDT
Dean Snyder <dean dot snyder at jhu dot edu> wrote:
>>> Doesn't the idea that so many people will embrace a new Fraktur
>>> range imply that it's the right thing to do?
>> Who has ever asked for that?
> I have no one in mind.
There is no one for you to have in mind.
> But, by analogy, so should no one think thusly about Phoenician (which
> is to Jewish Hebrew script what Fraktur is to Roman German script).
James Kass pointed out that fears of large numbers of people adopting a
Phoenician Unicode encoding would demonstrate the usefulness of the
encoding. You responded that the same was true for Fraktur, even though
there are no large numbers of people and no demand. You've sidestepped
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