From: E. Keown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 24 2004 - 17:46:43 CDT
Dear Michael Everson:
The *point* is that everything that's screwed up in
Unicode Biblical Hebrew (well, almost everything)
could have been done correctly in the first edition of
Unicode, if the early Unicoders had listened to Alan
Groves and others.
They were the first set of experts that were
IF IT HAD BEEN DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME,
the Unicode Hebrew list wouldn't have spent 9 months
discussing the incorrect stuff ad eternam, I would
already have a Ph.D. in corpus linguistics, and be in
Barcelona aligning Hebrew and Spanish, eating tapas,
and listening to flamenco.....
instead of participating in the "Thread from Sheol,"
and wondering if I will ever be a computational Hebraist.....Elaine
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