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That is just fine. I can deal with that. ;-)

Adam

On Jun 16, 2010, at 12:06 PM, Steve Slevinski wrote:

> Hi Adam,
>
> Unfortunately, it's a 2 step process right now.
>
> The first page converts BSW 2008 to BSW 2010:
> http://signbank.org/iswa_dev/convert/example.php
>
> The second page converts BSW 2010 to BSW 3:
> http://signbank.org/iswa_dev/convert/bsw3.php
>
> Section 4 of the conversion document links to both pages.
> http://signbank.org/iswa_dev/convert/
>
>
> Speaking of conversions, building on the idea of encoding the  
> symbols, but not the layout, I've created 2 different markups that  
> will be able to use my proposed Unicode implementation.  One  
> Cartesian and the other Polar.  These markups can be created from  
> any SignPuddle data.
>
> If we consider "Hello world." in ASL...
>
>
>
> The Cartesian markup uses XY coordinates, where the coordinates  
> represent the top,left of the symbol position.
>
> SignWriting Cartesian Markup
> ---------------------------------------
> B-19,-293,-11 B-11,12-18,-106,-7-2,-30
>
>
> The Polar markup uses degrees and distance from the center of the  
> sign, where the coordinates represent the center of the symbol  
> position.  12 o'clock is 0 and increases clockwise.  So 3 o'clock  
> is 90, 6 o'clock is 180, and 9 o'clock is 270.  It may be very  
> interesting to analyze the Polar markup.
>
> SignWriting Polar Markup
> ----------------------------------
> B3301612914 B16921252680111921
>
> Thought I'd share,
> -Steve