Re: Upside Down Fu character

From: Asmus Freytag <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 11:10:24 -0800

On 1/13/2012 10:50 AM, John H. Jenkins wrote:
> Asmus Freytag 於 2012年1月13日 上午11:01 寫道:
>> Nobody has written a formal proposal yet.
>> When that is done, then one of the questions that needs to be decided
>> in initial triage is whether these are elements of the han script
>> proper or iconic symbols that happen to be derived from han
>> characters. (The proposal may suggest a particular resolution of this
>> issue). If, with all facts on the table, the consensus is that they
>> are "regular" han characters, then their further evaluation starts
>> with tracking them under TR#45 and potentially taking them to IRG for
>> possible consideration in extension F.
> It's been suggested that one way of handling them would be as encoded
> hanzi. That's one criterion for going into UTR #45 as it is part of
> the paper trail of the UTC's decision process.
> And the UTC could always refuse to put them into UTR #45. My job is
> to make the recommendation.
> In either case, somebody other than me (that is, somebody who wants
> them added to Unicode) needs to write a document/proposal to the UTC
> justifying that and giving the options for encoding.



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