Re: Unicode progress Sun, 24 October 1993 08:36 UTC

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Subject: Re: Unicode progress
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Date: Sun, 24 Oct 93 01:11:44 MDT
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I just retrieved the ietf-charsets archives from via ftp.
You folks, especially Masataka Ohta, have clearly been thinking hard about
these issues.  I won't be asking any more Unicode questions on the
ietf-wnils list, I think.  

The computational requirements of some proposals of how to really handle a 
universal character set seem daunting after looking at some of these postings.
- Dan Kegel