New Public Review Issue: #108 Ideographic Variation Database Submission

From: Rick McGowan (
Date: Wed Aug 29 2007 - 09:26:09 CDT

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    The Ideographic Variation Database provides a registry for collections of
    unique variation sequences containing unified ideographs, allowing for
    standardized interchange according to UTS#37, Ideographic Variation
    Database ( A submission to the
    Ideographic Variation Database has been received for: "Combined
    registration of the Adobe-Japan1 collection and of sequences in that

    This is a second round of review for this submission. As a result of the
    review of Adobe's original submission (PRI #98) several errors have been
    corrected and feedback incorporated.

    The main IVD page is here:
    and the IVD review page for this submission is here:

    The closing date for comments is 2007/11/25.

    Reviewers are encouraged to comment on any aspect of the submissions, but
    more particularly on:

      * whether the intent of a proposed collection is
        appropriately described
      * whether the glyphic subset corresponding to a proposed
        sequence is indeed a glyphic subset of the base character
        for the sequence
      * whether the proposed sequences are congruent with the
        scope of their collection, or whether a new collection
        may be more appropriate

    All comments should be sent via the reporting form and will be forwarded
    to the submitter. The content of the submission may be adjusted during the
    review period to account for the comments received.

    The reporting form can be found here:

    If you wish to discuss issues on the Unicode mail list, then please use
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    as input to the UTC. You must use the reporting link above to generate
    comments for UTC consideration.

            Rick McGowan
            Unicode, Inc.

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