I'd have one suggestion. People appear to be converging on similar file
names for the emoji.
- Lowercase hex numbers,
- at least 4 digits,
- otherwise no leading zeros,
- multiple code points separated by _,
- with optional prefix/suffix.
Like "dcm_0030_20e3.png". I'd suggest using that convention.
Not a big thing, but makes it more consistent in tooling.
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On Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 3:27 PM, Andrea Giammarchi <
> I'd like to thank those that helped me a while ago figuring out variants
> and emoji behavior.
> Today we are open sourcing a relatively small JS library and 800+ CDN
> based assets able to bring unified emoji in every WebView capable device
> and browser.
> We are also planning to implement the recently introduced "diversity" for
> the Unicode 8 draft as soon as we'll figure out a good approach for it (
> and btw, the default fallback is great! )
> This effort and collaboration is between Twitter , MaxCDN , and
> Wordpress .
> Any comment or suggestion will be more than welcome and appreciated.
> Thanks again and Best Regards
>  https://blog.twitter.com/2014/open-sourcing-twitter-emoji-for-everyone
>  https://www.maxcdn.com/blog/emojis-ftw/
>  http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2014/11/06/emoji-everywhere/
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