From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 21 2004 - 17:07:40 CDT
Dean Snyder <dean dot snyder at jhu dot edu> wrote:
> ... And since Japanese and Fraktur are not separately encoded just
> because there would be lots of people who would use such an encoding,
> why would you, on that same faulty basis, support a separate encoding
> for Phoenician?
Where are you getting this from?
You asserted yesterday that "so many people will embrace a new Fraktur
range." I asserted that there was no such demand. Now you say again
that lots of people want a separate Fraktur encoding.
Since you are the one trying to draw an analogy between Phoenician and
Fraktur, in terms of demand for separate encoding, I think the burden is
on you to prove that such a demand exists for Fraktur. Otherwise the
analogy is pointless.
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