Re: Encoding corporate logos by paid request

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Wed Jan 14 2009 - 02:51:10 CST

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    On 14 Jan 2009, at 05:31, Doug Ewell wrote:

    > Karl Pentzlin <karl dash pentzlin at acssoft dot de> wrote:
    >> For instance, the price for the first two code points must be high
    >> enough (i.e. some USD X0,000) to engage a lawyer to formulate such
    >> principles in a way that neither the UTC nor ISO have to bother
    >> about legal questions in the future, and Microsoft and Apple must
    >> agree in fact to buy these code points for their well-known symbols
    >> which occur in the PUA of many fonts.
    >> Even for the subsequent code points, USD 10,000 seems more
    >> appropriate than USD 1,000 (as it is an one-time fee).
    > Maybe there could be different price points for corporations,
    > institutions, individuals, students, liaisons, etc.

    Well, this is a non-starter.

    But... if only *I* had a grand for every character I've proposed and

    Michael Everson *

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