From: Ernest Cline (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 20 2004 - 17:50:40 CDT
> [Original Message]
> From: Kenneth Whistler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> For whoever said that shorthands weren't roadmapped, that
> isn't completely correct. There is no specific allocation
> for Gregg or Pitman or any other particular system, but
> 11E00..11FFF is currently blocked out for shorthands, simply
> as a placeholder to indicate that we know such systems
> exist and that somebody might bring forth a proposal and
> that if successful, such a proposal would require some
> codespace allocation.
That isn't the allocation shown on:
which shows 11E00..11EFF.
From a logical point of view, wouldn't shorthands fit better
in the Notational systems (1D000..1FFFD ) superblock than
in the African and other syllabic scripts ( 11800..11FFF)
superblock ? There is plenty of space in either superblock,
altho the notational systems superblock has more space
on both an absolute and a percentage basis.
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