From: Erkki I. Kolehmainen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 09 2009 - 00:49:10 CDT
It is in no way mandatory to submit proposals to the UTC prior to their
submission to WG2 – in fact they could come to the UTC via WG2.
However, since the UTC meetings precede the WG2 meetings, it would greatly
ease and expedite the process in WG2 if the proposals, especially the more
complex ones, would already have been scrutinized by the UTC experts. The
required expertise may not be readily available in the WG2 meeting.
Erkki I. Kolehmainen
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Puolesta Christopher Fynn
Lähetetty: 9. toukokuuta 2009 6:26
Kopio: Kenneth Whistler
Aihe: Submitting Proposals (was: Re: Proposal to include CE Mark)
Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> Albrecht Dreiheller wrote:
>> I hereby propose to include the CE-Mark in the Unicode standard.
> As John Jenkins indicated, the performative verb there is somewhat
> anachronistic ("I hereby propose..."). You can propose encoding a
> character to this list, but that doesn't actually accomplish the
> introduction of a formal proposal that would be acted on by the UTC
> and WG2. For that, you need to write up a proposal, attach the Summary
> Proposal Form, and submit it to the UTC for consideration (and later
> also WG2).
Do proposals now need to be submitted to the UTC for consideration
before they are submitted to WG2??
If so, I find this problematic. One problem is that UTC documents are
not publicly available the way that WG2 are.
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