Am very happy to hear about this development - seems like you are skipping
over the Unicode barrier! :) Nothing can stop a strong will :))
> SignWriting List
> August 23, 2012
> Dear SW List Members...
> This is a very exciting and historic time. For years, Steve Slevinski has
> worked on developing a way for Wikipedia articles to be written in the
> SignWriting script. The result is the SignWriting MediaWiki Plugin (SWMP).
> And now we know it is working, because the Wikimedia Foundation, and
> Wikimedia Labs has provided space on their server for us to test it. And
> although there is more software development to be completed, nonetheless,
> Adam Frost composed and posted the first article for the new ASL Wikipedia
> located on Wikimedia Labs!
> So the new project is still in the "test stage", but we are adding
> articles while Steve and other technicians work on the technical software
> aspects in the background. Once we have a good number of articles for
> readers to enjoy, our test ASL Wikipedia will be reviewed and then we
> hope, someday, it will be approved to become an "official Wikipedia". That
> has not happened yet, but we are working towards that goal.
> We are very happy to have this gift of server space and encouragement from
> the Wikimedia Foundation and Labs, and from Wikipedia users around the
> world�Thank you!
> So witness history in the making...
> ASL Wikipedia Project on Wikimedia Labs