CLDR Ticket #9901(new unknown)
Look at status of Κʻ / ĸ for greenlandic
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Date/Time: Tue Sep 27 09:37:17 CDT 2016
Name: Gervase Markham
Report Type: Error Report (UTS #39)
Opt Subject: Unicode: Κʻ / ĸ (U+0138, *Kra*) should be classed as "historic" in xidmodifications.txt
See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1256009 . We think that
Unicode: Κʻ / ĸ (U+0138, *Kra*) should be added to the "historic" characters
defined in http://unicode.org/Public/security/latest/xidmodifications.txt.
Our research suggests this is justified:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kra_(letter) says "In 1973, a spelling reform
replaced the use of kra in Greenlandic with Latin small letter q (and the
associated Latin capital letter with Q)".
This is an issue because it's a homograph for k, but is considered a Latin
letter, and so script mixing algorithms don't disallow domain names such as