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How did upper-greek disappear from list-style-type

From: Athanasios Viennas <aviennas@vtopia.gr>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 19:38:16 +0000
Message-ID: <da51621e3ec91dc368ffe0ccabdc7b2a@vtopia.gr>
To: www-style@w3.org
Dear folks at w3c,

I wonder what is the purpose of "removing" upper-greek value from 
list-style-type property 
(https://www.w3.org/wiki/CSS/Properties/list-style-type) between CSS1 
and the modern versions. I honestly wonder who decided this and on what 
requirement, have you estimated the impact on the WWW as a community and 
the practical disabilities it has caused, and how about the trend of web 
standards directing towards multilingualism.

Can you please provide any pointers on the related minutes of the 
meetings supporting the given decision.

Mr. Athanasios G. Viennas
Informatics Engineer
Vtopia I.T. Solutions
Mavromichali 190,
11472, Athens
Tel: +30 210 6426369
Mob: +30 697 4427522
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