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Valerie,
it is indeed a honor for me to "meet" you!
I'm very glad to know there are other IT colleagues at work on the same
field I am.
I'm working on a SW editor since 2010, SWift is my first achievement, and
more goals will be met in the next future.
I will write a report about my work very soon, in the meantime, I can
assure my presence (and I think Claudia's too) at La Jolla, on next summer!
Kind regards



2013/9/3 Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>

> SignWriting List
> September 3, 2013
>
> Hello Claudia and Fabrizio!
> This is fabulous news, to have a fourth computer program for SignWriting
> that is modern and up-to-date and still being developed - THANK YOU to you
> both for making this possible.
>
> It is good for SignWriting that it works differently than the other three
> programs - Each program has its own style and brings a new way of thinking
> to users. Our SignWriting community is very fortunate to have choices…
>
> The four programs that use the ISWA 2010 are:
>
> SignPuddle
> Delegs
> SignWriter Studio
> SWift
>
> Wow!
>
> I will read Fabrizio's message next ;-)
>
> Val ;-)
>
> PS. Claudia & Fabrizio - I hope we can meet next summer at the SignWriting
> Symposium 2014, which we hope to present in June or July or August in La
> Jolla, California?… I will be writing a message to the List about the 2014
> plans as soon as I know more…
>
>
> -------
>
> On Sep 3, 2013, at 4:41 AM, Claudia S. Bianchini <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
> Hi Maria
> sorry for the late answer but I was on holidays in Peru (wonderfull
> trip!!!!)
> 1) the program is online, not available for download but available to use
> (even if it is not a "full public" version, cause we are still working on
> it... some features ar not finished yet)... maybe you can write to Fabrizio
> Borgia (in CC), the software developper, to ask where you can see it by
> your eyes (I use a "personal" version on a specific website, but is my
> research working space, so if you add signs you will change my statistics)
> 2) SWift is very different from SignPuddle... it has the same use, so you
> can compose signs in SW, but the architecture of the software is brand new
> and also the organisation of the glyphes of SW (is organised on my
> classification... see my phd thesis). So it doesn't work with a system of
> "chineses box" ad SignPuddle, but with a "dicotomic" choosing system... you
> also have new features as the "ad hoc" glyphes composition (see my
> thesis)... is hard to explain by mail... you will see when Fabrizio will
> tell you the website.
> 3) you can do both, single signs and text
> hope the answer will satisfy you
> :-)
> Claudia
>
>
>
>
> 2013/8/27 maria galea <[log in to unmask]>
>
>> Hi Claudia,
>> I have read your paper on SWIFT - however i need to clarify. 1) is the
>> program available for download? 2) what makes it different to SignPuddle?
>> From what I read they seem to be very similar programs. 3) is it for the
>> editing of single signs only or can you produce SW text?
>> thank you very much for your help!
>> maria
>>
>
>
>
> --
> Claudia S. Bianchini, PhD
> A.T.E.R. Licence SDL-LSF @ Univ. Poitiers (France)
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Fabrizio Borgia, M.D.

Ph.D. Student
Sapienza - Università di Roma
Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier

O&M SW Engineering Trainee
SERCO S.p.A.

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