FYI: "Slashed C"; Language May 2004 Book Notice List
Feedback is requested from linguists regarding the encoding of LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH STROKE as a phonetic symbol (Unicode Public Review Issue #35).
Description: At the February 2004 meeting of the Unicode Technical Committee, a proposal was considered to encode the phonetic symbol LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH STROKE. Some reservation was expressed on the part of some committee members, however, due to potential legacy encoding issues. A decision was made to give tentative approval of this character, but to prepare a public review issue to elici feedback on the pros and cons of encoding this character.
The document, written by Peter Constable, is located at:
Please send feedback via the online form:
http://www.unicode.org/reporting.html or you can send an email message to me at email@example.com for forwarding. Deadline for comments **8 June 2004**.
This is part of an effort to solicit feedback from users of the Slashed C. If you have questions, please contact the proposal author, Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Deborah Anderson (email@example.com).
Researcher, Dept. of Linguistics
The Book Notice list for Language is housed at the USC Linguistics Program website:
A link to Language Book Reviews is at the bottom of the program's index page. From the Language Book Reviews page you will find a link to the MAY 2004 Book Notice list. Requests for books should be made through the on-line request form also found on that page.
Book Review Editor, Language
U of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208