If you go to the SW SignPuddle, you will find a number of signs in the LIBRAS Puddle that are written by SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics). These were from field notes in Sao Paulo, Rio Grande de Sul, and other areas all over Brazil. 

Charles Butler
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Clear writing moves business forward.

From: Ronnie Fagundes de Brito <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2013 9:00 AM
Subject: Re: SW for fieldwork

Dear Gustavo,

Shirley Vilhalva did her master degree studying deaf indian people and sign language. She get us by copy. Here is the link to the dissertation https://repositorio.ufsc.br/xmlui/handle/123456789/92972

2013/9/18 Gustavo Godoy <[log in to unmask]>
Hy! I'm Gustavo Godoy from Brazil, student of Anthropology/Ethnology. I am planning to study the Ka'apor Indians Sign Language, in "Pre-Amazonia" forest. 

Anybody discuss the use of SW for writing fieldnotes? (And not for make a system of writing).

Sorry for the bad English!

____gustavo godoy___
"as frágeis flores da diferença precisam da penumbra para subsistir" (CLS)

Ronnie Fagundes de Brito
Brasília - DF