From: William_J_G Overington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 30 2010 - 06:01:33 CDT
I find it strange that for a new currency symbol that is to come into use in six months that, in the twenty-first century, with all the modern communication methods available, that encoding in Unicode will take longer than six months.
Is there any good reason why people cannot arrange that the new symbol is fully encoded into Unicode and ISO 10646 by 31 December 2010, that is, before the end of the present decade, ready to use in the next decade?
If there is progress over getting the encoding done, then maybe other people will join in the effort and update fonts and whatever else needs updating by the same date.
30 July 2010
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