Re: Emoji end goal

From: Garth Wallace <>
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2016 08:35:44 -0700

On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 1:39 AM, gfb hjjhjh <> wrote:

> So, according to the emoji FAQ
> <>, the end goal of emoji is to
> have no emoji? Or something like Softbank's escape sequence?
> >Q: What is the longer term plan for emoji?
> >A: The Unicode Consortium encourages the use of embedded graphics (a.k.a.
> “stickers”) as a longer-term solution, since they allow much more freedom
> of expression. See Longer Term Solutions
> <> in UTR #51
> <>.
> btw is it just me or is the original Japanese carrier emoji, specifically
> those provided by DoCoMo, still not completely coded into Unicode? I
> counted the number of I-mode emoji listed on Japanese Wikipedia in the tron
> code section and there're apparently more emoji than those that are in
> emoji but I don't know which is missing.
Shibuya 109 was left out because AIUI, unlike the other landmarks, it's
private property. Are there any others?
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