Assessment of proposals (derives from Re: Klingon anti-virus)

Date: Mon May 25 2009 - 04:47:57 CDT

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    On Sunday 24 May 2009, <> wrote:

    > At the end of the day when and who makes a proposal can
    > sometimes make a difference to acceptance or rejection, not
    > less because proposals from certain bodies implies wide
    > usage, and all human instutuitions change with time . Aswell
    > one should note that a rejected proposal has to make up a
    > lot of lost ground.
    > John Knightley

    Something that I have wondered for a long time and not yet been able to find out is how the United Kingdom is represented on the ISO 10646 committee and any subcommittees thereof.

    Does anyone know please?

    William Overington

    25 May 2009

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