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Re: Gujarati Translation-fonts

From: Roomy Naqvy <roomynaqvy@123india.com>
Date: 13 Dec 2000 04:45:00 -0800
Message-ID: <20001213124500.15339.cpmta@c008.sfo.cp.net>
To: duerst@w3.org
Cc: w3c-translators@w3.org
Dear Martin
Thanks for your reply. I think if there is a Unicode version for Indic scripts that's the best thing to happen. I just have to find it somewhere.

On Tue, 12 December 2000, "Martin J. Duerst" wrote:

> 
> Hello Roomy,
> 
> At 00/12/12 08:36 -0800, Roomy Naqvy wrote:
> >Dear Martin
> >
> >Thanks for your response. I went to http:/www.w3.org/TR and then went to 
> >http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml [XML 1.0], http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/ 
> >[HTML 4.01 Specification], http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/ [XHTML 1.0: The 
> >Extensible Hypertext Markup Language] and to 
> >http://www.w3.org/TR/WAI-WEBCONTENT/ [Web Content Accessibility Guidelines].
> >
> >I understand all these would count as specifications and could  be translated.
> 
> Correct. If there is anything else on http://www.w3.org which you would
> want to translate, you would have to ask for permission (rather than,
> as for specifications, to just notify us).
> 
> 
> >Now, the first query, Gujarati does not have the Latin-Western character 
> >set. So how d

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