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

Mark Svancarek (CELA) marksv at microsoft.com
Tue Mar 12 06:28:35 UTC 2019

I expect we will have some Microsoft staff at the event, let me ask

From: UA-discuss <ua-discuss-bounces at icann.org> On Behalf Of Dr. Ajay Data
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Subject: [UA-discuss] Re: Anyone want to make a UA presentation at the Unicode conference? [was: CfP Deadline Extended to March 15th…]

Hello Jim

I would always step up to spread the awareness

Let's get on a call.


On March 12, 2019 8:23:17 AM GMT+09:00, Jim DeLaHunt <list+uasg at jdlh.com<mailto:list+uasg at jdlh.com>> 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 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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