Re: ASCII and Unicode lifespan

From: Hans Aberg (
Date: Fri May 20 2005 - 07:44:12 CDT

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    At 12:54 +0100 2005/05/20, Peter Kirk wrote:
    >>So far, Unicode hasn't encoded any fantasy scripts.
    >Well, Klingon has been rejected, but Deseret and Shavian have been
    >encoded although I am unaware of any non-fantasy use of these
    >scripts, and Tengwar and Cirth, which are certainly fantasy scripts,
    >are roadmapped.

    I tend to think that Unicode should supply more character number
    ranges. The fundamental range should be dedicated to mainly natural
    languages. Then one could supply some ranges with less restrictive
    admission procedures.

       Hans Aberg

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