From: John Hudson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 07 2002 - 13:23:11 EST
At 05:26 11/7/2002, Michael Everson wrote:
>Please don't. William, no one really wanted you to make a .notdef glyph.
>John was pulling your leg. Sorry I responded to the matter. Please don't
>waste your time and ours by writing up a case history.
I was indeed pulling his leg, but I also knew that he would actually go off
and do it. He's that personality type.
By the way, on the subject of copyright, the design is pretty much useless
if it is copyrighted, so if William wants anyone to use his design he
should make a formal declaration of deposit in the public domain. I'm
afraid, if he is hoping that people might pay him a license fee, he's out
of luck. Even if his design were the most excellent .notdef glyph possible,
every type designer would still presume that he or she could design a
better one, especially if using William's required them to pay.
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the cursed owners of books should be persuaded
to make them available to us, either by argument
or by force. - Michael Apostolis, 1467
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