From: Michael Everson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 11:40:53 CST
At 09:20 -0800 2005-02-11, John Hudson wrote:
>Adam Twardoch wrote:
>For Kurdish. The letter Q is part of the Kurdish Cyrillic alphabet,
>but until now they have used the Latin codepoint,
This is not proved. Until now, the UTC has unified the two Cyrillic
letters with Latin letters.
>which gives Kurdish a bi-script alphabet in Unicode terms. Some
>people (including me) think a separate Cyrillic Q should be encoded,
>following the disunification model for Cyrillic A,B,E,etc.
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