Not accepted by UTC but in ISO ballot?

Ken Whistler via Unicode unicode at
Fri Dec 27 10:28:43 CST 2019


That category is used to track character(s) in process that may have 
been approved by WG2 but are not yet in ballot, or are in contention, 
and may have just been dropped from ballot, but which still have 
sufficient visibility to be tracked.

The process is a bit rough around the edges when dealing with two 
separate committees with asynchronous processes and not all of whose 
members have unanimous agreement about what they are moving forward on. 
The pipeline is a means of tracking various status as the committees 
work to synchronize their eventual publications of new repertoire.


On 12/27/2019 7:06 AM, Shriramana Sharma via Unicode wrote:
> Now I'm wondering about the similar category "not accepted by UTC, and 
> not in ISO ballot" – why such a character would be mentioned on the 
> pipeline at all…

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