On 04/12/2022 15.16, Corentin via SG16 wrote:
I've noticed that the Unicode standard incorrectly references version 14.0 of itself when it means 15.0 but hopefully we understand what is meant.

Note that this is mentioned in the errata, see https://unicode.org/errata/.

The other thing that is not 100% clear to me is whether we should reference UAX44, the Derived Core properties and UAX 29 (which we do currently), or if referencing the Unicode standard implies all of that (I think it does).
Le dim. 4 déc. 2022 à 16:17, Jens Maurer <jens.maurer@gmx.net> a écrit :
Regarding reference to annexes: Since our normative reference would
say "Core Specification" with this paper, that phrasing seems to exclude
annexes. If we just say "Unicode", that's less exclusive of annexes.

I agree with Jens.

The page https://www.unicode.org/versions#TUS_Latest_Version has reference examples that just cite The Unicode Standard.

Once you just say The Unicode Standard, this is not just less exclusive of the annexes and the UCD, the core specification explicitly says they are included:
This core specification, together with the Unicode code charts, the Unicode Character Database, and the Unicode Standard Annexes, defines the Unicode Standard.
The Unicode Standard Annexes form an integral part of the Unicode Standard.
[and many other statements to the same effect.] 

Best regards,

Robin Leroy