Difference between Klingon and Tengwar

Mark E. Shoulson mark at kli.org
Wed Sep 15 13:45:07 CDT 2021

Do you discern a lack of robustness in the recent proposal 
https://www.unicode.org/L2/L2020/20181-klingon.pdf, given the evidence 
included by reference from 
https://www.unicode.org/L2/L2016/16329-piqad-returns.pdf?  Apart from 
not answering the IP question, which is admittedly something I have no 
news on.  Obviously more evidence is always welcome, but is there at 
least something approaching more convincing evidence in the links 
above?  Book covers at 
?  (yes, I realize that is a single author and doesn't prove much, and I 
don't have a link to a book that I'm sure has pIqaD on the inside ready 
to hand.)


On 9/15/21 2:54 AM, Asmus Freytag via Unicode wrote:
> On 9/14/2021 11:19 PM, James Kass via Unicode wrote:
>> Getting back to the subject thread, if Tengwar had been on the "Not 
>> the Roadmap" page and a more robust proposal had been submitted 
>> (along with the passage of time and a shifting of attitudes), would 
>> it be necessary for the proposer to make a separate request for 
>> Tengwar to be removed from the "Not..." page -- or would the 
>> Consortium remove it from that page as a matter of course upon 
>> considering the newer proposal?
> The key words here are "robust proposal".
> A robust proposal with strong new evidence and good and complete 
> answers to earlier objections is the key thing to overcoming any 
> hurdles to acceptance, procedural or otherwise.
> A./
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