I was wondering whether it would be semantically correct to use <g> to
represent an actual Unicode character (not a variant thereof) within a
UTF-8 document but which is not yet well-supported in some viewing
environments (but so as to preserve the information for automated
conversion in environments which can support it)?
I ask this since our use would not technically be for the allowance made
with <g> for "Unicode characters not available in the document encoding"
(per http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/WD.html ),
since our document encoding would still be UTF-8. The mechanisms of <g>
seem to allow for an easy, excellent and thorough sdocumentation of
this, but I didn't know if this usage would be consistent with the
semantics of <g> since I didn't see an allowance for this case...