From: E. Keown (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 25 2004 - 12:51:33 CDT
Dear Mark Davis:
The events in question happened in the Very Archaic
Unicode Era (1987-88), before 'document repositories'
etc, were invented.
At that point, I understand you were still
communicating in paper or clay, as needed.....
Right now one of the board members of ANSI (William
Kelly) and also Debbie Anderson are trying to make
sure there is communication between Unicode/ISO and
the scholarly world...
But in the Very Archaic Unicode Era, apparently no one
was doing this.
I just wrote 2 preliminary proposals (Babylonian
Pointing, Samaritan pointing), and McGowan/Ksar gave
me document numbers. I hope to write 2 more proposals
in the next two weeks. The font will not be done
These four proposals are basic groundwork for later
proposals (Hebrew collation, a subject already
relished by the list), since they should complete
90-something-% of "Extended Hebrew."
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