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From: Dean Snyder (
Date: Thu Jul 07 2005 - 14:14:43 CDT

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    Sinnathurai Srivas wrote at 6:58 PM on Thursday, July 7, 2005:

    >Dean Synder wrote,
    >> It could, however, change rather quickly if several
    >> international stake-holders simply paid for full membership in the
    >> Unicode Consortium and also became involved in the ISO 10646 efforts
    >> through their national standards bodies. Basically this would take
    >> money, expertise, and time. Given those ingredients, however, you could
    >> effect real change.
    >What about a language that has no Government to tame the ISO?

    A national ISO body could support an encoding proposal, whether or not
    it involves a script used within their borders. In fact this happens all
    the time.


    Dean A. Snyder

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