From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 11:44:56 EDT
<Peter_Constable at sil dot org> wrote:
>> and clearly
>> not designed to be used on the web.
>> Their use in a page to display text clearly does not qualify, as it
>> requires proprietary fonts to display them.
> I think that is overly restrictive. (And if the requirements for the
> "savvy" logo are changed to rule out use of PUA, then I could imagine
> wanting to join WO in requesting a Unicode-with-PUA logo. But I'd
> rather not have to go there.)
I attached the Savvy logo to my pages that contain PUA characters (and
little else) without a second thought. Indeed, Unicode PUA characters
*must* be encoded in Unicode, and so would seem especially Savvy!
For them what cares: to view the pages, start at
<http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/ewellic.html> and follow the links
just below the text "Three sample texts are now available." The "prior
agreement" is that the user must have James Kass's Code2000 font
installed. WARNING: don't do this if you don't care about "constructed"
or "invented" scripts.
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