At 11:02 05/02/12, Bruce Lilly wrote:
>While I do not dispute that some mobile devices might use some subset
>of some version of Unicode for text in some languages, my point was,
>in response to John Klensin's "Until and unless every one of us has a
>keyboard that permits easy input of every Unicode character", that not
>only do I not expect to have a keyboard permitting *easy* entry (no,
>that doesn't mean "Grafiti" or "Decuma") of *every* Unicode character
>any time soon, I don't expect it *ever*, because the Unicode code space
>is expanding (in contradiction to the original Unicode Design Principles)
>faster than the available memory space on low-power, compact, mobile
Bruce - Would you care to supply some sources for the argument above?
Computer power, including mobile devices, is still pretty much
increasing exponentially. Unicode space allocation has never
increased exponentially, and is slowing down.
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