From: Rick McGowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 26 2004 - 16:47:45 CDT
The Unicode Technical Committee has posted new public review issues.
Details are on the following web page:
Briefly the new issues are:
40 Encoding of Latin Capital and Small Letter "At"
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AT and LATIN SMALL LETTER AT are used as orthographic
characters in the Koalib language of Sudan. Although similar in appearance
to COMMERCIAL AT, LATIN SMALL LETTER AT should have different character
properties. The main concern is the similarity in appearance of LATIN SMALL
LETTER AT to COMMERCIAL AT. There are potential implications for Internet
protocols that use "@".
41 Encoding of INVISIBLE LETTER
UTC is seeking feedback regarding a proposal to encode "INVISIBLE LETTER"
to serve as an unambiguous base letter for combining marks in isolation.
The character properties would be specifically designed to aid in
processing. Details are provided in an accompanying document.
The closing date for comments on both issues is 2004/11/08.
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