From: Marion Gunn (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 20 2005 - 04:04:25 CST
If it is really true that erroneous "normative" names "can not" be
changed, then Philippe's advice (below) makes sense to me.
Scríobh Philippe Verdy:
> I see only one way to solve the problem, if the normative name can't be
> changed: adding a usage notice in the standard (in the names list file),
> revealing their effective semantic, so that no font will be made
> erroneously, and texts or keyboards later encoded with the wrong codepoint.
> Without such notice published with the standard itself, this standard
> remains confusive (and given that the representative glyph is not completely
> normative and can be changed at any time for another or less confusive
> representation of some encoded character, users may favor the interpretation
> given by the normative character name, hence generating encoding errors...).
-- Marion Gunn * EGTeo (Estab.1991) 27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn, Baile an Bhóthair, Co. Átha Cliath, Éire. * firstname.lastname@example.org * email@example.com *
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