From: Julian Bradfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 27 2008 - 15:45:22 CST
On 2008-12-27, John H. Jenkins <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tengwar has not been encoded fundamentally because nobody is working
> to move the proposal forward (i.e., actively soliciting support from
> the user community, writing up the documentation necessary for the UTC
> and WG2, getting updates added to the appropriate agendae for
> consideration). It has been proposed and is currently still on the
> list of "scripts to encode." <http://www.unicode.org/pending/pending.html
Oh. I suppose there's only one answer to that.
It's listed as needing expert review. I'm supposed to be an expert,
and I know all the other experts, and have access to all of the easily
accessible user community.
There's a conference in August 2009 (3rd Intl Conf on Tolkien's
Languages) which would be an obvious place to have a group of
representative experts/users back a (maybe revised) proposal.
If Michael's willing, I could take it upon myself to look at the
proposal again, see if it needs anything added, get the relevant
experts involved, and get some user input.
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