Project UTF-8’s purpose is to document and promote proper Unicode support (particularly UTF-8 support) in free and Open Source software.
The latest specification for UTF-8, dated 2003-11, can be found as IETF’s STD 63 or RFC 3629.
There is a mailing list: email@example.com. To join the list, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with only the word ‘subscribe’ in the body. List archives are available.
To contribute to these pages, create a wiki account, then join the above IRC channel and ask someone to add you to.
Current project members include
- Behdad Esfahbod
- Noah Levitt
- Roozbeh Pournader
- Danilo Segan
- Mariano Suárez-Alvarez
- Miloslav Trmac
- Alexander Winston
Project UTF-8 Pages
* <a href="../BadSoftware/">BadSoftware</a>. Contrary to what Markus Kuhn is doing with his <a href="http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/unicode.html">UTF-8 and Unicode FAQ</a>, we will be trying to maintain a list of software that doesn’t support UTF-8. Since UTF-8 is _the_ character set standard, we consider every piece of software that doesn’t support UTF-8 to be very old-fashioned and out of date. * <a href="../BMP-Only/">BMP-Only</a>. A list of software that supports only the <a href="../BMP/">BMP</a> of Unicode, and thus lacks full Unicode support. * <a href="../Fonts/">Fonts</a>. A list of free and non-free fonts supporting various ranges of Unicode. * <a href="../unicode-translation/">unicode-translation</a>. A subproject of project UTF-8 with the goal of translating Unicode character names and other data into many languages using the gettext framework.
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