From: Stefan Wöhrmann <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Tue, January 11, 2011 6:00:40 PM
Subject: AW: SignPuddle 1.5
thank you so much for this answer!
Just allow an additional question. Di you have any idea whatsoever when the
new SignPuddle 1.6 will be online?
Is their anything to fear about the signs that have been edited with the
SignPuddle 1.5 software so far. The reason for my question - well you know
that a while ago there has been a major change with additional symbols in
the symbol set. At that time a special "mouth symbol" got a different number
because a different symbol has been added. So lots of signs which use this
"N" or "D" or "L" mouth got mixed up and now I try to systematically fix
I do not want to push it by any reason. I am just curious because you
mention tah a new SignPuddle version using all the symbols (graphemes) of
the new International SignWriting Alphabet 2010 is going to be installed ...
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] Im Auftrag von Valerie Sutton
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 6. Januar 2011 21:46
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Betreff: Re: SignPuddle 1.5
January 6, 2011
Thank you for this message to Steve (?) - I am not sure if he saw this,
since Steve is programming a new version of SignPuddle called SignPuddle
1.6, which is different than SignPuddle 1.5...
SignPuddle 1.6 is not finished yet, so we cannot use it yet, but Steve
showed me a little bit of it today and it is going to be wonderful, when it
is ready. It uses the new International SignWriting Alphabet 2010,
will fix the link to SignMail, that we need so badly...SignText will be
easier to view and it coordinates with future developments for using better
looking symbols in SVG and so forth...
Steve has also posted his internet draft encoding the ISWA 2010, and we are
working towards Unicode for SignWriting this year -
So the new SignMail is not here yet, but it will be coming -
I will also write soon with new developments - Very exciting and positive
time for all of us -
On Jan 6, 2011, at 12:32 PM, Stefan WÃ¶hrmann wrote: