From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 02 2005 - 13:28:13 CST
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Behalf Of Jony Rosenne
> > > >The recently accepted proposals for Hebrew do just that,
> > they change
> > the
> > > >meaning of existing data.
> My claim is that together with Qamats Qatan there should have been
> Qamats Gadol. Without it, the same Unicode can mean either "ambiguous"
> Qamats or Qamats Gadol, and there is no way to know which was
> instance, if you have a piece of text without any Qamats Qatan, you
> tell whether all the Qamats in it just happened to be Qamats Gadol, or
> author had intended the ambiguous meaning.
It is just as ambiguous as it has always been. The meaning of the data
has not changed.
> Another example is cut and paste from a number of sources, when some
> the distinction and some do not.
That's a different issue from "chang[ing] the meaning of existing data".
I'm not saysing it isn't an issue worth consideration, but it does not
constitute changing the meaning of existing data.
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