February 22, 2013
Yes, I think you all should know that Steve is doing some major software development behind the scenes…He is re-vamping the entire SignText Editor and database storage and so forth, to make a more robust and modern SignPuddle server…it will also lead to a better Wikipedia in written sign languages… and I know that other software developers in Honduras, Germany and Uruguay are also working towards new developments - the future looks very bright indeed - soon SignWriting will be in the mainstream -
On Feb 22, 2013, at 9:10 AM, Stephen E Slevinski Jr <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 2/21/13 1:21 PM, Bill Reese wrote:
>> Even though my computer was running the older 1.6 version of SignPuddle, it was deemed enough to be an introductory version. I don't think I would need to change that unless SignPuddle drastically changes. Any plans for that Steve?
> Hi Bill,
> Thanks for the exposure. Version 1.6 is good enough for an introduction to version 2.0.
> Work continues to embrace modern browsers and platforms. I'll let you know when I have an improved versions that works offline.
> I'm encouraged that SignWriting is starting to appear everywhere. It's starting to happen faster and faster. Only a few technology barriers still in the way.