Unicode Emoji 11.0 characters now ready for adoption!

James Kass via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Thu Mar 1 04:56:02 CST 2018

Christoph Päper wrote,

>> There are approximately 7,000 living human languages,
>> but fewer than 100 of these languages are well-supported on computers,
>> ...
> Why is the announcement mentioning those numbers of languages at all?
> The script coverage of written living human languages, except
> for constructed ones, is almost complete in Unicode and rendering
> for most of them is reasonably well supported by all modern
> operating systems ...

This page ...
... lists several modern scripts which are not yet encoded.  (Hanifi
Rohingya, Gunjala Gondi, Loma, Medefaidrin, Naxi Dongba (Moso), and
Nyiakeng Puachue Hmong.)  It's noted that there are additional unencoded
"minor modern scripts" shown on the Roadmap, which implies that those
listed are also "minor".
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