From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 24 2004 - 17:07:26 CDT
E. Keown wrote:
> Elaine Keown
>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.
Right, I was also thinking about what else needs to be added. I'm
looking at an old version of one of your proposals (likely out of date),
and the only things I see in that one that I think need to be considered
are the "KETIV/QERE" symbols you have listed. We do need to discuss
those (on the Hebrew list).
I'm looking to see if I have any other old proposals of yours. I would
like to get a proposal together for Babylonian vocalization; that
definitely needs to be encoded. Did you say there was also a
Palestinian vocalization system to be done? We need to find out about
them. Those proposals probably should be bounced off Prof. Dotan if
possible; you said he was an expert on this.
I have already done some pretty extensive research on Samaritan, and I
am waiting to hear from my own experts regarding what I have for that so
far (I need to send some email about that today); we'll see what we can
come up with for that.
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