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Japanese-XML (Re: Registration of new charset:iso2022jp-19970715-ascii)

From: Harald Tveit Alvestrand <harald@alvestrand.no>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 15:45:43 +0100
To: MURATA Makoto <muraw3c@attglobal.net>, ietf-charsets@iana.org
Message-id: <1040636786.1011023143@localhost>
Apologies for taking a VERY long time to respond to this batch of 
registrations.

Overarching question: Is it the intent of the Japanese-XML activity that 
one should register 13 new character sets for active use in data 
interchange?

This seems like a very strange way to promote interoperability.
But there may be something I do not understand here - I have not studied 
the matter.

               Harald T. Alvestrand


--On 30. august 2001 00:40 +0900 MURATA Makoto <muraw3c@attglobal.net> 
wrote:

> Charset name: iso2022jp-19970715-ascii
>
> Charset aliases: none
>
> Suitability for use in MIME text:
>
>         This charset can be used for the top-level media type "text",
>         but it is of limited or specialized use (see RFC2278).
>
> Published specification(s):
>
> 	XML Japanese Profile (http://www.w3.org/TR/japanese-xml/)
>
> ISO 10646 equivalency table:
>
> 	After conversion to Japanese EUC, the equivalency table is
> 	http://www.w3.org/TR/japanese-xml/x-eucjp-open-19970715-ascii.xml
>
> Additional information: None
>
> Person & email address to contact for further information:
>
> 	MURATA Makoto
> 	mura034@attglobal.net
>
> Intended usage: LIMITED USE
>
>
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