W3C Validator recommended for Unicode checking (was: Fwd: Announcement: New Unicode Savvy Logo)

This may be of interest to this list:

The Unicode consortium requires the use of the W3C Validator
to check for 'Unicode-savyness' (i.e. use of an Unicode encoding
such as UTF-8 or UTF-16).

Regards,    Martin.

>Subject: Announcement: New Unicode Savvy Logo
>Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 13:49:24 -0700
>To: <unicode@unicode.org>
>List-help: <mailto:ecartis@unicode.org?Subject=help>

>Dear Unicoders,
>Very often the Unicode Consortium has received requests from webmasters 
>who wished to indicate with a logo or banner that their site supports or 
>uses Unicode. For such purposes we have developed two logos that can be 
>freely displayed on web sites. You can use a Unicode Savvy logo to 
>indicate that a page (or collection of pages) is encoded in Unicode.
>To learn more and to obtain an image of these logos, please refer to 
>Thank you and best regards,
>Magda Danish
>Administrative Director
>The Unicode Consortium

Received on Friday, 30 May 2003 14:44:17 UTC