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[lenzo@cs.cmu.edu: Re: Unicode Consortium Membership]

From:
Simon Cozens
Date:
February 21, 2001 12:34
Subject:
[lenzo@cs.cmu.edu: Re: Unicode Consortium Membership]
Message ID:
20010221203415.A17752@pembro26.pmb.ox.ac.uk
Just a note, for anyone who's interested, that I'm thinking about getting Perl
membership in the Unicode Consortium. I'd ideally like to be able to get us
full voting rights, but that is prohibitively expensive.

Simon

----- Forwarded message from "Kevin A. Lenzo" <lenzo@cs.cmu.edu> -----

From: "Kevin A. Lenzo" <lenzo@cs.cmu.edu>
Subject: Re: Unicode Consortium Membership
To: Simon Cozens <simon@netthink.co.uk>
Cc: yas-talk@yapc.org, lenzo@cs.cmu.edu
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I'm certainly interested in pursuing this.  We should certainly talk 
about it, and I do think you are correct.  Furthermore, donations to
fund this are a Great Thing, and make it more possible.

Kevin


On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 03:40:47PM +0000, Simon Cozens wrote:
> (Sorry, I don't know the best address to contact YAS decision-making-people on
> at the moment.)
> 
> It seems to me that Perl - especially with the advent of Perl 6 - would
> greatly benefit from representation on the Unicode Consortium. The Unicode
> Standard already contains disclaimers along the lines of 'but Perl does it
> differently...' We should be working with these guys, not against them.
> 
> Associate non-profit membership would get three people membership of the
> Unicode Consortium, including rights to access members-only data and mailing
> lists, a listing on the UC's home page and a link to our home page,
> (non-voting) rights to participate at Unicode Technical Committee meetings,
> and would cost $1200 per annum.
> 
> My consultancy, NetThink, would be interested in donating some or all of that
> money to YAS if YAS would then go on to apply for membership on Perl's behalf.
> 
> Thoughts?
> 
> Simon
> 
> -- 
> "He was a modest, good-humored boy.  It was Oxford that made him insufferable."

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