New version, draft-faltstrom-idnabis-tables-02.txt, available
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Mon Jun 18 08:51:49 CEST 2007
At 14:21 07/06/18, Harald Alvestrand wrote:
>Gervase Markham wrote:
>> - Registry policy excludes characters which are permitted but not used in languages they register names for (for most registries, that's most of them), and checks for confusables in the remainder using the Unicode Consortium list;
>> - User agents only enable IDN for registries which have such an appropriate policy.
>That's the model I think is the right one (modulo some quibbles on the formulation of the last point - separate debate).
>3743 fits completely and totally into the second tier, but I can't see that as a statement that the first tier can claim the whole CJK group of characters as "ALWAYS".
So what do you need in order to be able to do this?
What else, besides confusability, are you looking for?
If it's just that you, or Patrick, or whoever, don't know that
script, then apart from accepting explanations by experts
(such as those from the UTC), is there anything else than
that you start to learn the script?
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