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Proposition de règles de génération d'étiquettes pour la zone racine en écriture bengali

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Date d'ouverture : 2 mars 2020 Date de clôture : 23 avril 2020
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Division des domaines mondiaux
Catégories/Étiquettes : Domaines de premier niveau
Bref aperçu : Le panel de génération en écriture néo-brahmique (NBGP) a été formé par neuf communautés qui partagent des écritures issues du brahmi. Le NBGP élabore des règles de génération d'étiquettes pour la zone racine (LGR) pour les écritures bengali, devanagari, gujarati, gurmukhi, kannada, malayalam, oriya, tamoul et télougou. Huit de ces LGR ont été achevées et intégrées dans la version 3 des LGR de la zone racine (RZ-LGR-3). Les LGR en écriture bengali qui restaient à développer sont désormais prêtes (proposition et documentation à l'appui). Conformément à la procédure LGR, la proposition concernant l'écriture bengali est publiée pour consultation publique afin de permettre à ceux qui n'ont pas participé au NBGP de faire part de leurs avis. Avec les contributions reçues, le NBGP finira la proposition pour son évaluation et intégration dans les règles de génération d'étiquettes pour la zone racine.
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