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|Title and Public Link||Comments|
|L2/06-161||Two Issues Relating to N3044: Proposal to Encode Mon and S'gaw Karen Characters||Relates to the Mon JHA and NGA as proposed in N3044|
|L2/06-163||Non-Shan Issues Relating to N3080: Preliminary proposal for encoding Karen, Shan, and Kayah Characters||Part 1 (of 2) of response to N3080|
|L2/06-170||Shan-Related Issues Relating to N3080: Preliminary proposal for encoding Karen, Shan, and Kayah Characters||Part 2 (of 2) of response to N3080|
|Draft 1 of Revision 1 is now available.||Dated 23 July 2006|
The MS Word originals are available on request.
|CSX+ characters not precomposed in Unicode. CSX+ is a character set (and font encoding) for transliteration according to ISO 15919, for which see How to Use ISO 15919. Note that (at 20/7/06) the Unicode tables there are for Unicode 3.0, not Unicode 5.0.||As HTML||As PDF|
|Indic transliteration characters as prescribed by ISCII-91||As HTML||As PDF|
The legibility of the HTML depends on your browser, operating system and fonts! Some versions of Acrobat Reader work better than others - Acrobat Reader 6.0 works better then 4.0, for example!
|JTC1/SC2/WG2 - ISO/IEC 10646 - UCS Homepage||Public character proposals - and other stuff.|
|Unicode homepage||Access to the complete standard|
|Access to Public Unicode Mail Lists||There are five public lists, whose archives are all
nominally password protected - username unicode-ml, password
Apart from the general Unicode list, the archives are in the forms of files consisting of individual e-mails glued together by an introductory line. One way of reading the encoded mails (typically base64) is to cut out an individual mail (including e-mail headers), save it as an .eml file, and drag it to an Outlook Express e-mail folder.