Tengwar on a general purpose translation site
sdowney at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 00:46:25 CDT 2022
But standards are pretty much the definition of conventional.
We have plenty of solutions, even within the Unicode framework, for high
quality private agreements.
Doing a bad job of standardization just makes life worse for everyone. And
probably still gets the Consortium sued, and losing, setting a terrible
On Wed, Mar 16, 2022, 01:10 James Kass via Unicode <unicode at corp.unicode.org>
> On 2022-03-16 3:01 AM, Mark E. Shoulson via Unicode wrote:
> > An updated proposal for serious consideration, then, could only happen
> > after IP issues are resolved (if ever.)
> Or until someone comes up with an unconventional approach and makes it
> palatable. Be aware, though, that anyone cheeky enough to suggest an
> unconventional approach will immediately get sniped at from all sides --
> even from those who desire progress towards standardization -- simply
> *because* the approach is unconventional.
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