From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Dec 13 2004 - 09:55:28 CST
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
> Behalf Of Peter R. Mueller-Roemer
> Did you make a formal proposal for NBSP, as Elaine did for Samaritan ?
> I have studied unicode's uniqueness-rules, bidi-algorithm and many
> others and feel almost overwhelmed by finding new types of rules that
> might have a bearing on a particular combining sequence. Is there
> no UTC-place or person to whom one can just describe a practical
> problem and hear if there are any rules that will ensure better
> solutions in the future.
> Some of the answers I got to my questions show that very knowledgeable
> people are in this group, and some of them have similar problems with
> getting any 'official' response.
Peter RM: what questions are you not getting answers on?
> I think that Unicode is only crowning, i.e. has not yet been completely
> born, if official communication with the UTC is restricted to
How did you come to the conclusion that official communication is limited to US-ascii-mail? Certainly mail on this list is not limited to US-ASCII, though some members have appeared to be on paths that impose such a limit.
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