How can my research become implemented in a standardized manner?
c933103 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 18:03:18 CDT 2015
I believe using markup languages would be a better approach than getting
some new character.
2015/10/12 4:27 "William_J_G Overington" <wjgo_10009 at btinternet.com>:
> Please note that I am on moderated post, so if this post does get sent to
> the Unicode mailing list it will be because the moderator has kindly agreed
> to it being circulated.
> I have recently made significant progress with my research in
> communication through the language barrier. The capabilities are
> greatly improved.
> On 7 October 2015 I submitted a document, hoping that it would become
> included in the Unicode Document Register.
> I have been informed that a group of people have examined the document and
> determined that it is out of scope for UTC.
> I am not seeking to question that decision.
> As an independent researcher, not representing an organization, nor in
> fact employed by any organization at all, I am trying to get the system
> standardized as an international standard.
> I feel that trying to produce first a widely-used system using a Private
> Use Area encoding is not a realistic practical goal and even if it were
> practical the result would be lots of legacy data. I feel that to become
> successful the system needs standardization and implementation to go
> forward together.
> So what to do?
> More generally, how are the format and the encoding of tagspaces to be
> carried out in the future?
> The document is available on the web at the present time in two places.
> There is a file available for download as an attachment in a forum post of
> 8 October 2015 in the High-Logic Gallery forum.
> Adding a direct link to the post is not at present possible using the
> particular email system that I am using.
> There is direct access in my family webspace.
> In addition I have deposited the document at the British Library.
> William Overington
> 10 October 2015
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