From: Clark Cox (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 14 2004 - 14:25:26 CST
On Thu, 14 Oct 2004 15:21:27 -0400, Chris Harvey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am currently working with the Pechanga Nation and the company,
> IconNicholson. The standard orthography of the Luiseño language, spoken at
> Pechanga and several other communities in Southern California, requires
> two characters which I believe are currently absent from Unicode.
> The characters are "majuscule S with a diagonal stroke", and "minuscule s
> with a diagonal stroke". This letter is used to represent a voiceless
> retroflex fricative, which is distinct from the alveolar fricative "s" and
> the palato-alveolar "sh".
> Please see:
What's wrong with <U+0073, U+0338> and <U+0053, U+0338>?
-- Clark S. Cox III email@example.com http://www.livejournal.com/users/clarkcox3/ http://homepage.mac.com/clarkcox3/
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