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Assuming gender roles is. Apologies for making that assumption, but IMO it's a rather harmless one so I don't see anything to fix about it: This is factually incorrect. It seems you missed both the factual point about the Klingon script in the article as well as the broader point which that detail was meant to illustrate.
There's a huge difference between piggybacking off of a decades-old proposed scheme which was never widely adopted even in its country of origin, and which was created under a very different set of constraints than Unicode, and which was created to address a very different set of goals than Unicode, versus making native speakers an active and equal part of the actual decision-making process.
Rather than trying to shoehorn the article into a familiar pattern which doesn't actually fit "orthodox pattern of blaming white racism for your grievance du jour"please take note that the argument in the article is more nuanced than you're giving it credit for.
SiVal on Mar 18, versus making native speakers an active and equal part of the actual decision-making process.
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As I explained, native speakers are the primary decision makers, and not just any native speakers but whoever the native speakers choose as their own top, native experts when they establish their own national standard.
For living, natural languages, you don't get characters into Unicode by buying a seat on the committee and voting for them. You do it by getting those characters into a national standard created by the native-speaking authorities.
What national standard have your native-speaking authorities created that reflects the choices you claim all native speakers would naturally make if only the foreign oppressors would listen to them? If your answer is that the national standards differ from what you want, then you are blaming the Unicode Technical Committee for refusing to override the native speakers' chosen authorities and claiming this constitutes abuse of native Bengali speakers by a bunch of "mostly white men".
You do it by getting those characters into a national standard created by the native-speaking authorities As referenced elsewhere in the comments, there are plenty of decisions that the Unicode Consortium and its committees take themselves. Some of these though not all take "native-speaking authorities" as an input, but the final decision is ultimately theirs.
There's a very important difference between being made an adviser having "input" and being a decision-maker, and however much the decision-makers may value the advisers, we can't pretend that those are the same thing.
SiVal on Mar 19, You claim that native Bengali speakers on the UTC would have designed the character set your way, the real native speaker way, instead of the bad design produced by these "mostly white men".
But the character set WAS designed by native speakers, by experts chosen not by the UTC but by the native speaking authorities themselves. The UTC merely verified that these native speaking experts were still satisfied with their own standard after using it for a while, and when they said they were, the UTC adopted it.
You go on about how the real issue is the authority of these white men and how the native speakers are restricted to a minor role as mere advisers, and yet the native speakers, as is usually the case, had all the authority they needed to create the exact character set that THEY wanted and get it adopted into Unicode.
That's the way the UTC wants to use its authority in almost all cases of living languages.
Unfortunately for your argument, these native speakers didn't need any more authority to get the character set they wanted into Unicode. You just don't like their choices, but you prefer to blame it on white men with authority.
The former group would give each "semantic character" its own codepoint, even when that character is "mappable" to a character in another language that has the same "purpose" and is always represented with the same grapheme see, for example, latin "a" vs. The latter group, meanwhile, would just have Unicode as a bag of graphemes, consolidated so that there's only one "a" that all languages that want an "a" share, and where complex "characters" ideographs, for example, but what we're talking about here is another are composed as ligatures from atomic "radical" graphemes.
I'm not sure that either group is right, but trying to do both at once, as Unicode is doing, is definitely wrong. Pick whichever, but you have to pick. A correct rendering system will properly combine those, and if it doesn't then that's a flaw in the implementation, not the standard.
It seems like you're trying to single out combining pairs as "less legitimate" when they're extensively used in the standard. But it doesn't, for example say that a lowercase "b" is simply "a lowercase 'l' followed by an 'o' followed by an invisible joiner", because no native English speaker thinks of the character "b" as even remotely related to "lo" when reading and writing.
I'm saying that Unicode only does it in English where it makes semantic sense to a native English speaker. It does it in Bengali even where it makes little or no semantic sense to a native Bengali speaker. Well, combining characters almost never come up in English.
Then again, I don't think Spanish keyboards have separate keys for ch, ll, or rr. Portuguese, on the other hand, doesn't officially include k or y in the alphabet. But it uses far more accents than Spanish. In a perfect world, how would Unicode handle this?
Either they accept the Spanish view of the world, or the Portuguese view. Or, perhaps, they make a big deal about not worrying about languages and instead worrying about alphabets http: They haven't been perfect.
And they've certainly changed their approach over time. And I suspect they're including emoji to appear more welcoming to Japanese teenagers than they were in the past.
But 1 combining characters aren't second-class citizens, and 2 the standard is still open to revisions http:Executing System Commands With Golang. Saturday, Apr 15, Please note that some of these commands may not work on your operating system.
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