From: Michael Everson (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jul 19 2010 - 15:57:24 CDT
On 19 Jul 2010, at 21:50, Tulasi wrote:
>> there is no reason why both Unicode and ISO could not nor should not conduct an e-mail vote on Michael's proposal and be done with it.
> I do not recommend haste/rush.
You don't remember the encoding of the EURO SIGN, as many of us do.
> Michael has uploaded the proposal at mid-night 23:39 HRS.
What of it? I am in one time zone, and the L2 and WG2 registries are in another.
> What if there were other proposals submitted to Unicode on that day?
> Submitted none is great!
I do not know what you mean.
> If not I am afraid, it will raise questions on Unicode's professional-moral.
What I did in writing the proposal and submitting it in a timely fashion, and in telling some of the Indian websites about it, may help to prevent a misuse of the existing RUPEE SIGN.
This is called "being responsive". And I did the same thing with the HRYVNIA SIGN, and the TENGE SIGN, and I shall do so with the RUBLE SIGN when it solifies.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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