RE: Unicode progress

Chris Weider <clw@merit.edu> Mon, 25 October 1993 15:27 UTC

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From: Chris Weider <clw@merit.edu>
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To: KLENSIN@infoods.mit.edu, mohta@necom830.cc.titech.ac.jp
Subject: RE: Unicode progress
Cc: dank@blacks.jpl.nasa.gov, ietf-charsets@innosoft.com, ietf-wnils@ucdavis.edu

Masataka Ohta writes:
  
> I'd like to ask whois people on thier intended quality

I personally intend to use whois++ as a basis for a global resource location
system. This will require very high quality.
Chris Weider