Request for publication: New Version Notification for draft-faltstrom-5892bis-04

JFC Morfin jefsey at
Mon Mar 7 02:02:54 CET 2011

At 01:47 07/03/2011, sıʌɐp ʞɹɐɯ wrote:
>It works for me.
>And I think your concern is well-founded, because it did make it 
>seem like everyone else was 100% behind the document, which isn't 
>true in at least one case.
>(For the future -- in no way meant to delay publication -- I think 
>part of the issue might be with the term 'contributor', which seems 
>to imply a sense of contributing text and/or ideas which made it 
>into the document, and some sense that the contributor approves of 
>the results, at least overall. Perhaps some looser phrasing might be 
>better, like acknowledging feedback.)

I like the "feedback" idea. You could tune it with positive and 
negative. Ours ("JEDI's") were positive to some extent: as long as 
the Internet (only) refers to Unicode we do not consider it 
appropriate to orthotypography and security (phishing). Bulgaria is a 
typical example of the introduced confusion resulting from the 
Unicode solution culture (we do not not contest at all that Unicode 
may be appropriate in its own typographic area).


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