From: Tjebbe van Tijen (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 25 2008 - 05:27:48 CDT
While searching for earlier versions of the Unicode Code Charts...
which were easy to find
I noticed that these charts did not have a proper unique name (which,
alas, most often is the case in the world of online PDFs).
Would it not be better to do the PDF file naming in such a way that
it results in a unique and understandable file name:
now the complete set of 5.0 code charts is called
I downloaded it as
which I think is a better name...
Maybe the following small mistake has been produced by this too
general naming of PDFs
has a clickable item: • Online Code Charts
Which directs to the page: The Unicode Character Code Charts By Script
but that link is the page with the 5.1 Unicode charts (of course the
user may notice the year 2008 at the bottom of the page ...)
So my suggestion is that the web pages do also carry the version
number in their title and window title
It may be the librarian in me (I've worked as an archivist &
librarian for thirty years) ... but I like to know which version/
edition I have at hand and such a great system as Unicode deserves
attention also to such details ...
Tjebbe van Tijen
Imaginary Museum Projects
Dramatizing Historical Information
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