[rfc-i] Draft: Representation of Unicode and UTF-8 characters
hgs at cs.columbia.edu
Sat May 15 11:05:57 PDT 2004
> Documents may choose different conventions. Regardless of what
> conventions are used, an explanation of the conventions used
> should be incorporated (possibly by reference) into the document.
> As this web page is subject to change, documents using these
> conventions should either directly incorporate applicable portions
> of the above explanation into their documents or incorporate by
> reference the Unicode specifications from which these conventions
> are derived from.
> Or restrict the use of these conventions (without incorporation)
> to Authors' Address, Acknowledgments, Contributors, References,
> and other sections which aren't specifying the protocol or
> providing examples of the protocol.
Since examples are the more (technically) important part of the
motivation for this convention, I don't think this would be helpful.
Since the description is one sentence long, including it is hardly an
> Otherwise, we'll documents using unclear conventions inappropriately.
> Conventions stated outside of a protocol specification (include
> examples in that specifications) should be clear. Referencing a
> web page is not a good way to make conventions clear.
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