From: Mark Davis (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 21 2004 - 08:59:01 CST
People get different things out of the printed book; I personally don't need
the code charts; I always look at online versions. But many people find
printed charts very useful; de gustibus non disputandum est.
As to the comments; this may seem recursive, but if you file an online
report requesting feedback, it will be taken up at the UTC.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Theo Veenker" <Theo.Veenker@let.uu.nl>
To: "Mark Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "unicode" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 01:41
Subject: Re: Public Review Issues Update
> Mark Davis wrote:
> > All comments are reviewed at the next UTC meeting. Due to the volume, we
> > don't reply to each and every one what the disposition was. If actions
> > taken, they are recorded in the minutes of the meetings.
> But what if an action was not taken. Do I have to keep reporting a
> problem until it's gone? Also, there is no way of telling which problems
> already have been reported a dozen times before. Assuming the comments
> reported are archived, why can't this archive be made accessible to the
> unicode list?
> I know the Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organization and you are all
> very very busy, and I look up to the people behind it. But I often find
> it hard to see the part where the Unicode Consortium is actually promoting
> use of the Unicode Standard. Sometimes it almost seems to discourage
> developers to use the Standard. Take the Book for instance, one is not
> allowed to print the online version, so I bought the book to find out
> that 2 of its 3 kilograms is just tables of glyphs which could have been
> on a CD. So you pay $75 to get value for $25.
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