From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Fri Nov 25 2005 - 02:54:41 CST
On Thursday, November 24th, 2005 21:31Z, Richard Wordingham wrote:
> Antoine Leca wrote:
>> On Thursday, November 24st, 2005 11:18Z, Richard Wordingham wrote:
>>> How appropriate would ZWSP be in the middle of words like
>>> 'Myanma(r)' and 'Yangon'?
>> It would not, but I do not read Javier as telling it either.
> But those are instance that Philippe Verdy would interpret as word
Ah yes. Well well well. (Emh.)
Please allow me not to comment about these kind of interpretations and
whether in this very case in particular it is worth engaging a debate.
I am sorry to have missed your point, I was too much targetted at ZWSP.
<About the encoding of the visible virama>
> If you mean it must be written U+1039,U+200C, then we do need ZWNJ for
> Burmese IDN - far too many words would be excluded otherwise. But,
> no has answered my question. To have ZWNJ appear in domain names,
> does it have to make a difference to the name?
I do not pretend I answer your original question; please remember I did
argue about *ZWJ*, but I did not about the adequation to ban *ZWNJ* from
And the point you are making clear above is one of the very good reason for
me to have done that.
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