Unicode books

From: Julian Bradfield (jcb+unicode@inf.ed.ac.uk)
Date: Mon Mar 28 2011 - 09:29:28 CST

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    A while ago there was a post from the Consortium about the possibility
    of hard-copy books again, but we heard nothing more.

    Since I wanted hard copy, and they're all too big for office printing,
    I went to the effort of making up hardback books of the Core Standard,
    the non-Han charts, and the Han Index via a POD service for my own use.

    My understanding of the various licences is that I could make the
    Standard book available to anybody else who wanted hard-copy, but I could
    only do this with the Charts to people within my institution.

    Is that correct? And would the Consortium actually object if I made my
    charts book available to personal friends (terrible to relate, I do have
    personal friends sad enough that they might also want one!)?

    The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
    Scotland, with registration number SC005336.

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