Re: Status of UAX #14: where is the current normative version?

From: Asmus Freytag (
Date: Sun Aug 28 2005 - 16:09:02 CDT

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    1) thanks for locating this oversight
    2) please report such things via the reporting form in the future as
    this list is not actively monitored
    3) since I did see it here, I went ahead and fixed the document


    PS: our policy in cases like this is to keep the version number, up the
    date, and note the erratum in the modifications.

    Jukka K. Korpela wrote:

    > Reading the page on Unicode 4.1.0,
    > I followed a link named "UAX #14: Line Breaking Properties"
    > which points to
    > I was then surprised to read the following emphatic text:
    > "This document is a proposed update of a previously approved Unicode
    > Standard Annex. Publication does not imply endorsement by the Unicode
    > Consortium. This is a draft document which may be updated, replaced,
    > or superseded by other documents at any time. This is not a stable
    > document; it is inappropriate to cite this document as other than a
    > work in progress."
    > So where is the UAX #14 that constitutes an integral, normative part
    > of the current Unicode Standard?
    > Note that the more generic URL
    > currently refers to the above-mentioned draft document.

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