[UA-discuss] Anyone want to make a UA presentation at the Unicode conference? [was: CfP Deadline Extended to March 15th…]

Asmus Freytag asmusf at ix.netcom.com
Tue Mar 12 02:59:39 UTC 2019

On 3/11/2019 4:23 PM, Jim DeLaHunt wrote:
> Hello, UA colleagues:
> Would anyone like to deliver a Universal Acceptance presentation to 
> the 43rd Internationalisation and Unicode Conference (IUC43) in Santa 
> Clara, California, USA in October?

I have submitted a suggested presentation on Label Generation Rules for 
Indic scripts.

A UA presentation would fit in that context.


> I think this is a good venue for our message: the audience is not 
> large, but they tend to be key architects of the technologies which 
> make UA possible. They are technologists committed to cultural 
> openness, and they are already completely sympathetic to UA's goals. 
> They still need to hear what the UA issues and obstacles are, and what 
> they can do to help. I have presented there for many years, and on UA 
> for the last couple of years. However, I am travelling this year and 
> won't be able to attend.
> I would love it if someone else would step in to fill the gap. Their 
> call for proposals is open now, until Friday 15. March 2019 (just 
> extended). There's no guarantee that any proposal will be accepted, of 
> course, but it would be a pity if no UA presentation were even proposed.
> I'm happy to offer advice and coaching to anyone who wants to propose. 
> For more information, see the message below, or read 
> <http://www.unicodeconference.org/e-marketing/IUC43-CfPExtended-030719.htm>.
> Best regards,
>       —Jim DeLaHunt, Vancouver, Canada
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