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To report errors, respond to Public Review Issues, or to contact the Unicode office with general inquiries about the Unicode Consortium or its publications, please use this form. Be sure to select the correct type for your message from the pulldown list. We do not use an auto-responder. Each report is reviewed by a staff member in our office. You can expect an acknowledgement of your report within 2-3 business days. Follow-up will depend on the type of issue you are reporting.

Use this form:

  • To report errors in Unicode publications, including errors in the accompanying data files. (Before reporting errors, please refer to the posted list of known errata.)
  • To report problems with the website or to provide general feedback regarding improvement of the website.
  • To submit comments regarding Public Review Issues.
  • To submit encoding proposals for consideration by the UTC.
  • To submit FAQ question/answer pairs for consideration by the editorial committee for possible addition to the FAQ pages.
  • To contact the office staff about submission of technical notes or about submission of other documents for UTC consideration.
  • To contact the office staff regarding any membership issues, licensing issues, or purchase of publications.
  • To contact the office staff regarding donations.

If you have general technical questions or wish to make comments about implementation issues, please instead use the Unicode Public E-Mail List.

When reporting errors or omissions, please be as clear and precise as possible about the problem. If you are reporting an error in the standard or technical report, please provide exact version numbers and relevant URLs if possible.

  • Material intended for consideration at a Unicode Technical Committee meeting must be submitted at least one week before the start of that meeting.

Special Considerations for CLDR-related feedback

  • Material intended for consideration by the CLDR Technical Committee, including UTS #35: LDML, should use CLDR Change Requests.
  • However, if you are requesting a CLDR Submitter ID, please use this form to provide your name, e-mail address, and the list of languages you wish to review.
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