The CSUR (ConScript Unicode Registry) is — or, rather, with its last update in 2008, was — a project "to coordinate the assignment of blocks out of the Unicode Private Use Area (E000-F8FF and 000F0000-0010FFFF) to constructed/artificial scripts, including scripts for constructed/artificial languages." As its authors do not seem to be involved with it anymore and the page suffering neglect, I can assume the project has stalled or died. Has anyone come up with a similar project since?

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    Is the CSUR really dead, i.e., are there conscripters that tried to submit an encoding proposal recently and failed to do so?
    – Sir Cornflakes
    Feb 14, 2018 at 14:31

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There exists the UCSUR (Under-ConScript Unicode Registry) which was created as a sort of temporary holding place for proposals to avoid conflicts until the CSUR is once again active.

  • The page doesn't seem to have any contact information - how can you submit a new script?
    – curiousdannii
    Feb 15, 2018 at 4:19
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    The about page has an email, I can only assume this is where to contact for proposals.
    – Hotkeys
    Feb 15, 2018 at 4:51

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