Re: Azerbaijani Manat Symbol

From: Philippe Verdy <>
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2013 12:15:37 +0200

Note also that one Azeri bank note displays small texts written in an old
Turkic script that is still not encoded. Look at the English wikipedia page
about this currency.

2013/4/3 Michel Suignard <>

> Philippe,****
> At the time of the initial proposal and discussion the evidence of real
> use was insufficient for most of us. We were trying to see evidences such
> as price lists, restaurant menus, advertising and such. We have been burnt
> with some cases of dead on arrival currency symbols (such as Greek drachma,
> French Franc) and currency symbols can be potentially heavy to implement
> because of the implied urgency and their scope.****
> Clearly the examples that came through this thread are going in the right
> direction and I would encourage interested parties to come with a newly
> refreshed proposal. With currencies, once use is demonstrated we want to
> proceed as fast as possible. There are several vehicles to get this in both
> Unicode and 10646 fairly quickly if needed.****
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