Re: Call for proposals

Luko Willms (Lueko.Willms@t-online.de)
Thu, 13 Jun 1996 11:53:33 +0000 (MEZ)


Date: Thu, 13 Jun 1996 11:53:33 +0000 (MEZ)
From: Lueko.Willms@t-online.de (Luko Willms)
Subject: Re: Call for proposals
To: Borka Jerman-Blazic <borka@e5.ijs.si>
To: ietf-charsets@INNOSOFT.COM
To: iab-charsets@bunyip.com
Message-id: <m0uU93R-0008XqC@mailto00.btx.dtag.de>

Addressed to: Borka Jerman-Blazic <borka@e5.ijs.si>
              ietf-charsets@INNOSOFT.COM
              iab-charsets@bunyip.com,

** Reply to note from Borka Jerman-Blazic <borka@e5.ijs.si> 06/12/96 09:34am  
+0200

>    
>    Preamble 
>    
> Development of the Universal Character Set makes it possible for the first 
> time in Europe to serve the needs of small nationalities in computing 
> environments as well as the larger market communities who themselves must 
> urgently implement solutions to the problem of multilingual computing 

  "the first time" is not correct. Previous attempts with code switching based  
on ISO 2022 and flexible character sets like T.61/ISO6937 made it possible,  
too. 
   Maybe just UCS and Unicode will be more readily and more widely adopted. 

Yours, 
L.Willms


Lko Willms 
Frankfurt/Main 
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