Re: Code2000 on SourceForge (was Re: [indic] Re: Lack of Complex script rendering support on Android)

From: James Kass <>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012 06:52:26 -0800 (PST)

Of course I put these three Code2nnn fonts on SourceForge, being sick of their further development and whole commercial aura around them. All fonts are now of course freeware - simply do what you want with them all. Check: project, it contains link to which is my old AT&T profile dating back to about 2002, simply type in google: to see how vintage is my current-but-old email. My silence was resulted from AT&T internal reorganizations which led to vanishing of my websites in due process. I switched from dBASE III to FontCreator to ease development, but not to assembler, as you tried to guess.

James Kass
--- On 7 November 2011 08:34, <> wrote:
From: Andrew West <>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 16:21:47 +0000

I have doubts as to whether this project was actually created by James
Kass. The project comprises the last public version of code2000.ttf
and a 210MB "code2000.asm" file which turns out to be a dump of the
ttf file in human-readable form, both of which could easily have been
put onto SourceForge in contravention of copyright and license by
someone pretending to be James who wants the font to be open source
now that the official Code2000 site has disappeared. James once told
me that Code2000 was maintained as a "66 megabyte dBASE III database
file" which is not what is on SourceForge.

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