From: Andrew West (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 29 2008 - 18:11:26 CDT
2008/4/29 Benjamin M Scarborough <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> John H. Jenkins said:
> > So are you looking to foster discussion on the subject? Or are you
> > trying to get the UTC to make the addition?
> I'm trying to foster discussion to get an idea of whether the
> disunification is appropriate. I'm pretty sure it is, but someone on
> the Unicode mailing list may have some good reason it isn't.
I don't know, how about
--invalidation of all existing data that uses this old Zhuang orthography,
--no obvious benefit to the user community (not that there is a big
user community since the orthography has now been superseded),
--no request for disunification from the representatives of the user
community (i.e. China).
At any rate, if you want to take this further you will need to read
Annex F "Formal criteria for disunification" of the Principles and
and assess the costs and benefits of disunification in this case.
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