From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 04 2009 - 22:05:51 CST
> If if extensive use of a PUA character set is grounds for encoding
> then the question is how to decide when PUA usage is sufficient
> for encoding.
Indeed. There is at least one *national* Standard, GB/T20524-2006
("Tibetan Coded Character Set Extension A") which uses the PUA
[F300-F8FF]. Part B of this standard uses F0000-F16FF.
These national standards are essentially extensive sets of precomposed
Tibetan ligatures previously rejected by UTC and WG2 for encoding that
China then decided to encode in the PUA.
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