Unicode website glitches. (was The Most Frequent Emoji)

Mark Davis ☕️ via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Fri Oct 11 12:35:45 CDT 2019

There was a caching problem with WordPress, where you have to do a hard
reload in some browsers. See if the problem still exists, and if the hard
reload fixes it. If anyone else is having trouble with that, let us know.

BTW, if you want to comment on the format as opposed to glitches, please
change the subject line.


On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 11:50 PM Martin J. Dürst via Unicode <
unicode at unicode.org> wrote:

> I had a look at the page with the frequencies. Many emoji didn't
> display, but that's my browser's problem. What was worse was that the
> sidebar and the stuff at the bottom was all looking weird. I hope this
> can be fixed.
> Regards,   Martin.
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: The Most Frequent Emoji
> Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2019 07:56:37 -0700
> From: announcements at unicode.org
> Reply-To: root at unicode.org
> To: announcements at unicode.org
> Emoji Frequency ImageHow does the Unicode Consortium choose which new
> emoji to add? One important factor is data about how frequently the
> current emoji are used. Patterns of usage help to inform decisions about
> future emoji. The Consortium has been working to assemble this
> information and make it available to the public.
> And the two most frequently used emoji in the world are...
> �� and ❤️
> The new Unicode Emoji Frequency
> <https://home.unicode.org/emoji/emoji-frequency> page shows a list of
> the Unicode v12.0 emoji ranked in order of how frequently they are used.
> “The forecasted frequency of use is a key factor in determining whether
> to encode new emoji, and for that it is important to know the frequency
> of use of existing emoji,” said Mark Davis, President of the Unicode
> Consortium. “Understanding how frequently emoji are used helps
> prioritize which categories to focus on and which emoji to add to the
> Standard.”
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> /Over 136,000 characters are available for adoption
> <http://unicode.org/consortium/adopt-a-character.html>, to help the
> Unicode Consortium’s work on digitally disadvantaged languages./
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> http://blog.unicode.org/2019/10/the-most-frequent-emoji.html
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