From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 12 2007 - 14:36:30 CST
> There are still no single unifying standard that encompasses
> all the needed rules to properly support the intended languages
> that are theoretically encoded and standardized in Unicode.
Nor is it likely that there ever will be, because the scope
we are talking about is all writing systems, past, present,
and presumably future as well. Expecting someone to put
together a "single unifying standard" that specifies all the
rules for that is whistling in the wind, so to speak.
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