technical publications, the editorial committee has made several
* Proposed updates can be found by a predictable, stable URL
* This URL is always accessible from the latest approved version of
the document via a header field titled "Latest Proposed Update".
For example, if you look at the approved 5.2.0 version of UAX
#15, Unicode Normalization Forms
(http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr15/), you'll find at the top
of the document under "Latest Proposed Update" a link to
http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr15/proposed.html. That URL
points to the latest proposed update for UAX #15.
* If there is currently no proposed update for a document, the URL
will point to a stub document indicating that there is no current
In addition, a predictable, stable URL is used for the modifications
section within each proposed update. That section summarizes the changes
that have been made from the previous version. These URLs follow the
format http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr15/proposed.html#Modifications .
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