From: Leo Broukhis (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 09 2009 - 15:03:25 CST
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 12:06 PM, Asmus Freytag <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If something is expressed as a discrete unit in inline text, and preferably
> has symbolic or conventionalized use, then, to me, it's passed the most
> important tests that would put it this side of the fence, when it comes to
> encoding it in a character set.
To eventual encoding it in a character set, maybe.
Imagine a nascent writing system that is not used to publish any
newspaper, magazine or book, is not taught in schools, is not used in
the academia, includes blocks of glyph variants of several existing
characters, looks, and there is no agreement that the set of
characters in current use is exhaustive.
Wouldn't that classify it as "Known script, but insufficient
information to do a decent job of rough pre-allocation, and/or
insufficient to know whether a pre-allocation is warranted", and
therefore not in the roadmap?
Or would using Kikakui encoded in PUA in cell phones make it
immediately eligible for encoding?
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