Unicode 11 Georgian uppercase vs. fonts

James Kass via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Fri Jul 27 09:10:15 CDT 2018

Michael Everson responded,

>> If members of the Georgian user community want to consider this a stylistic difference, they are free to do so.
> It isn’t a stylistic difference. It is a different use of capital letters than Latin, Cyrillic and other scripts use them.

Arguing with someone who's agreeing with you is counterproductive.
Probably tedious, as well.

> Nobody imposed anything.

Exactly.  As it should be.

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