Re: support for non-ASCII in strings, was: signatures vs sf-date

Julian Reschke writes:

> >>> And if the RFC7807-crew, of all crews, did not adopt RFC5987, why
> >>> would should we expect /anybody/ to pick up standard N+1 from sfbis ?
> >>
> >> Because it would be an integral part of SF, not something added on top.
> >
> > ... but if you are trying to co-opt sfbis for your pet issue of putting  I18N
> So you call support for non-ASCII characters "my pet issue"?

Yes, that is the clear impression I get, both from todays and many previous discussions.


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