The Relationship of 1-Line Character Art and Emojis
christoph.paeper at crissov.de
Wed Aug 17 01:56:52 CDT 2016
Steven R. Loomis <srl at icu-project.org>:
> El 8/16/16 4:22 PM, "Unicode en nombre de Christoph Päper":
>> is there any document issued by the Unicode Consortium which acknowledges a standard set of “short names” as used in :colon_codes:? There are several more or less diverging collections:
> See Annotations under http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr51/#Input and related.
Oops, missed that part, thanks. So UTR51 does acknowledge the existence of non-emoji emoticons and short names inside a pair of colons, but (implicitly) puts their standardization outside the scope of Unicode. There is probably more diversity among them than there was among single-codepoint emojis used by Japanese telcos. Still, a file like <http://unicode.org/Public/UCD/latest/ucd/EmojiSources.txt> *could* be produced for character sequences that map to emojis.
Btw., the Input section didn’t change in the current draft. <http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr51/tr51-8.html#Input>
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