From: Jean-François Colson <jf_at_colson.eu>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 09:43:02 +0200

I’m interested in Unifon (http://www.unifon.org). That’s a phonemic
alphabet for English which is used to teach reading.
Although it has been encoded in the ConScript Unicode Registry as a new
script in a three-columns block, it has in fact been designed as an
extension of the Latin alphabet.
Therefore, considering that three fifths of its letters are already
available, I wonder whether a proposal shouldn’t be limited to the 16
missing letters.
What’s your opinion?
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