From: E. Keown (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 24 2004 - 16:25:12 CDT
Dear Rick and List and Peter K. and Mark Shoulson and
Michael Everson and John Hudson:
> You need to look at Unicode 4.0 as well. There are
> 30 codepoints not encoded within the Hebrew block
> on "05" of the Roadmap. Nothing *else* is
> currently proposed for allocation to Hebrew. If a
Peter and Mark and Michael and John wrote proposals
for more Tiberian Hebrew to add to the 05 Hebrew
block. There are ~10 more possible Tiberian thingies
to add not yet proposed. So that leaves 20 code
points minus whatever is accepted from Peter/Mark/
Michael/John's 2004 proposals.
> > I do actually have two brief suggestions that are
> > important to Semitists, for the BMP and the SMP...
> Submit your doc whenever you are ready.
Quotes below from the SMP .pdf---I can't put the three
quotes below together intelligibly.
Do the quotes mean that the Linear B syllabary and Old
Italic and Ugaritic are already in permanent locations
in the SMP, or do they mean something else?
Quote 1 from http://www.unicode.org/roadmaps/smp
"This document is informative. Please send corrigenda
and other comments to the authors using the online
contact form. "
Quote 2 from smp roadmap:
"The SMP is tentatively mapped out to the following
zones. Some of these are shaded grey informatively in
the table below. "
Quote 3 from smp roadmap:
"Bold text indicates an allocated (that is, published)
character collection. There is a link to the charts on
the Unicode web site. "
Again, thanks for all enlightenment...EK
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