Proposal not reviewed, what to do?
Deborah W. Anderson
dwanders at sonic.net
Thu May 19 13:23:06 CDT 2016
I was present last week, and can relate the outcome. We ran short on time at the UTC, so L2/16-080 was postponed until the next meeting. What would be helpful, I think, would be to take on board the comments from http://www.unicode.org/L2/L2016/16156-script-recs.pdf and revise your doc accordingly (i.e., include the ones recommended for encoding, and, if you can, see if you can provide additional information on others).
With best wishes,
From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at unicode.org] On Behalf Of David Faulks
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2016 11:06 AM
To: Unicode Mailing List <unicode at unicode.org>
Subject: Proposal not reviewed, what to do?
Although I am glad that mostof my recent proposals have been accepeted, it does seem that one of them:
was not reviewed at the recent UTC meeting.
I'm feeling a bit unsure of what to make of that, especially since that was the proposal I was most unsure about. The SEI recommended that some of the characters proposed there be accepeted and others not.
Do I do nothing, and wait until after the next UTC meeting? Should I try to submit a revised proposal? Should I assume some characters are likely to be encoded and only concentrate on others?
I would like any feedback ☺.
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