Why so much emoji nonsense?
James Kass via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Thu Feb 15 16:52:28 CST 2018
Richard Wordingham wrote,
>> Klingon and Ewellic. [winks]
> But wasn't that using a supplementary standard, the ConScript Unicode
The code points registered with CSUR were used for the interchange.
But, to clarify, CSUR is not an official supplement to The Unicode
Standard. Of course, any exchange of PUA data requires an agreement
between senders and recipients. CSUR offers character mappings which
private individuals may agree to use for data exchange.
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