Date: Mon May 24 2004 - 12:37:53 CDT
Michael Everson scripsit:
> >and with interleaved collation,
> Which was rejected for the default template (and would go against the
> practices already in place in the default template) but is available
> to you in your tailorings.
I don't accept that the existing practices are necessarily a controlling
precedent. For sufficient reason we can override existing practices.
I believe that sufficient reason does exist in this case.
> >Well, if you asked the ancient Phoenicians this question, of course
> >they would have said "yes" because the script used in their time for
> >Hebrew was very similar to their own script.
> That's why Palaeo-Hebrew and Hebrew are unified.
Palaeo-Hebrew and Phoenician, presumably.
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