Standards and localization (was Dot-mapping)
John C Klensin
klensin at jck.com
Sat Dec 15 01:59:10 CET 2007
--On Thursday, 13 December, 2007 11:05 +0900 Yangwoo Ko
<newcat at icu.ac.kr> wrote:
>> I don't know what is in "and so forth", but I imagine that
>> other cases will be discovered.
> Simplified <-> Traditional Chinese character
> equivalence/mapping (as exemplified in RFC3743) could be one
> of those "and so forth".
If that mapping were unique and one-to-one, certainly yes.
Since it is not, the registry-side solution of RFC 3743 may
remain the best that can be done.
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