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

From: Doug Ewell <doug_at_ewellic.org>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2012 13:52:26 -0700

Code2000 is everywhere. Absolutely everywhere. Many people continue to consider it one of the pre-eminent fonts available with the goal of covering as much of Unicode as possible.

Even though I now have a Windows 7 machine, with its greatly enhanced (over XP) font collection, there are still many blocks that are only covered by Code2000 and Code2001. I have no other font for Myanmar, for example, or for Saurashtra or Ol Chiki. I am very grateful for the work James did for as long as he did.

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Doug Ewell | Thornton, Colorado, USA
http://www.ewellic.org | @DougEwell 
From: James Kass 
Sent: Friday, February 3, 2012 12:07
To: Antoine Leca 
Cc: unicode_at_unicode.org 
Subject: Re: Code2000 on SourceForge (was Re: [indic] Re: Lack of Complex script rendering support on Android)
      I'm very happy that I could contribute my work to Unicode and to the whole community.
      James Kass
      --- On Fri, 2/3/12, Antoine Leca <Antoine10646_at_leca-marti.org> wrote:
        From: Antoine Leca <Antoine10646_at_leca-marti.org>
        Subject: Re: Code2000 on SourceForge (was Re: [indic] Re: Lack of Complex script rendering support on Android)
        To: "James Kass" <jameskass_at_att.net>
        Cc: unicode_at_unicode.org
        Date: Friday, February 3, 2012, 7:02 PM
        James Kass wrote:
        > Of course I put these three Code2nnn fonts on SourceForge, being sick of their further development and whole commercial aura around them.
        Thanks for your work contributing to Unicode and to the whole community.
        Antoine
     
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