Date: Fri May 21 2004 - 13:36:20 CDT
Doug Ewell scripsit:
> John Cowan <jcowan at reutershealth dot com> wrote:
> > Consequently, random pages that happen to be in non-Unicode charsets
> > are getting mis-served and mis-displayed. The site will probably
> > revert to having no default as a result, which is a great pity.
> I'm sure this is a dumb question, but why would there be any pages in
> non-Unicode charsets on the Unicode Web site?
History, I guess. I've pointed out the existence of "recode", but Her
Divine Effulgency seems unwilling to alter historical documents even if
just at the byte level.
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