Latin Letters Capital and Small Theta

Frédéric Grosshans frederic.grosshans at
Mon Jun 13 07:41:18 CDT 2016

Le 12/06/2016 02:20, Doug Ewell a écrit :
> Marcel Schneider wrote:
>> While some characters were retained, others were rejected, among which
>> the Latin Theta pair, but no mention is found of this rejection in the
>> Non-Approval Notices.
> Lots of characters in proposals are rejected without rising to the 
> level of explicit disapproval: "Look, we said NO, and don't ask us 
> again." The Non-Approval Notices page starts with an extensive 
> description of the difference.
> At the same time, note that a few proposals, such as LATIN CAPITAL 
> LETTER SHARP S, have risen phoenix-like from the ranks of 
> non-approvaldom to become genuine encoded characters.
And,  if I I remember correctly, to proposal for the Latin letter theta 
yet has given example of the current usage of ttheta in latin 
orthography, like in Rromani 
). I guess a proposal based on the Rromani orthography, (and with input 
for the user community, of course!) would easily be accepted.



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