John Cowan wrote:
> Peter T. Daniels scripsit:
> > Lloyd Anderson found, early on, that the nine aren't isomorphic (and you
> > know how he loves to combine things)
> I don't, actually. But lumpers and splitters are everywhere.
> > -- he even had to devise different
> > keyboards for both Kannada and Telugu. (Whereas his "Syllabics" keyboard
> > that works for Linear B and Cherokee and Cuneiform is conceptually
> > brilliant.)
> Keyboard design is not closely tied to encoding design.

If the nine Indic scripts were isomorphic, a single keyboard would have
served for all of them.
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...