Printed versions of Unicode v1 through v4 available

Paul Hoffman via Unicode unicode at
Sun Jan 7 19:19:21 CST 2018

Thanks, but folks have already spoken for them. Also, my local library is
shedding this type of historical book, which is why I was looking for
active Unicoders.

--Paul Hoffman

On Sun, Jan 7, 2018 at 4:32 PM, Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at> wrote:

> If you don't know what to do with your books (any kind), go to your local
> public library to give it there, or give it to a school, they may interest
> students. Such books are rarely found in primary schools but this may
> insterest them to get some supports and the earlier versions are simpler to
> sudy than recent versions and not all children have a suitable Internet to
> work with in better conditions than a poor smartphone.
> Yoy should only drop dialy newspapers or old magazines.
> Even students could use them for creating art and would be amazed to
> discover that there are more scripts than what they think or learn or may
> find interests in learning foreign languages because of these books.
> 2018-01-07 1:08 GMT+01:00 Paul Hoffman via Unicode <unicode at>:
>> Greetings. I am cleaning out my closet, and have printed versions of TUS
>> v1 through v4 that I'm no longer interested in. If you want them and are
>> willing to pay postage (US media mail rates are lowest), send me a note
>> off-list. Otherwise, they will go the way of so many things in this world...
>> --Paul Hoffman
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