From: Christopher Vance (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 11 2009 - 18:24:56 CST
If it's good enough to refuse to encode some North Korean
ideosyncracies, it's good enough to do the same for flags and other
Let's say the Swiss decide to change to a rectangular flag instead of
the square one, or the Australians decide to get a flag without the UK
one on it: would they get a new flag character to distinguish the new
flag from the old one, or does the font have to change?
Flags and proprietary symbols are not static, and should not be
encoded. Here be dragons.
-- Christopher Vance
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