Technical or encoding sub mailing list ?
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Thu Sep 3 13:40:35 CDT 2015
On Sep 3, 2015 5:11 PM, "Daniel Bünzli" <daniel.buenzli at erratique.ch> wrote:
> Since I implement parts of the Unicode standard I'm interested in keeping in touch with discussions about the standard and its evolution from a technical point of view.
> I'm however not interested in the encoding point of view and all the discussions of whichever pet symbol or concept random people from the internet want to assign an integer to.
> With respect to these interests the amount of noise and off-topic threads I get from this list is considerate and I'm considering unsubscribing.
> Before I do so I would like to ask the moderators of this mailing list if they would consider creating either a more technically focused mailing list for implementers or, alternatively, forking off encoding discussions to a dedicated mailing list.
I feel you. Even though I probably would have worded such a request a
little less offensive (or at least in a way people are less likely to
take offense in it).
Personally i find many non-technical discussions very interesting to
read but the effort required to parse all that information to find
something that is actually technically relevant can be quite huge at
On Sep 3, 2015 7:39 PM, "Doug Ewell" <doug at ewellic.org> wrote:
> For 75 USD per year, or about 73 CHF, you can join the Unicode
> Consortium as an individual member, and thereby have full access to the
> Unicore list and other internal technical discussion lists.
> There are discounts on membership rates if you pay for 3 or more years
> at a time.
> Doug Ewell | http://ewellic.org | Thornton, CO
I didn't know it was that simple to get access to the Unicore list.
Thank you very much!
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