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[SPAM] Re: Report from Steve's desk

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Jonathan Duncan <[log in to unmask]>

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SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages

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Sat, 21 Mar 2020 09:37:02 -0600

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     Thank you for your report, Steve, and your work you are doing to
keep the SignWriting data safe.

Also I hope all of you on the list are keeping safe and wish you the
best during this pandemic.

Steve,

     I was wondering in view of the work you will be doing with the
servers,  if SignPuddle 2.0 will continue to be the editable puddles for
some foreseeable future and we will be able to continue to export the
puddles from there or if you will be switching the editable puddles to
SignPuddle 3.0?

     The reason for my question is that I am developing an App called
SWSignWriter to make it easier to share SignWriting text on mobile
phones and on the web which depends on the current functionality of
SignPuddle 2.0. The main focus of the app is for sharing the SignWriting
on social media or other mobile phone apps.

     Do the React component library work with other frameworks besides
React? like the Stencil(https://stenciljs.com/) web components? I've
have heard of how great the web components can be but haven't worked
with them yet.

     Look forward to your response and which you the best with all your
projects and hope to have mine available for people to use soon.

Regards,

Jonathan

On 2/27/2020 9:25 AM, Stephen Slevinski wrote:
> Hi SignWriting List,
>
> The year 2020 is turning out to be a great year of change for
> SignWriting.
>
> First off, if you know anything about Wikimedia or Wikipedia, please
> add your support to an individual grant I'm applying for to create the
> two-dimensional font.  The community review is open until March 16th. 
> Thanks!
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Project/slevinski/ASL_Wikipedia_2-D_Font_Development_for_SignWriting
>
>
> For 16 years, I was blessed to be able to work with Valerie Sutton
> through the Center for Sutton Movement Writing non-profit as a paid
> consultant.  Unfortunately, excessive government paperwork and
> fundraising issues became a burden.  We have closed the non-profit
> portion of the organization and the Center for Sutton Movement in now
> an all volunteer organization without a checking account.
>
> I'm still blessed because I still get to continue to collaborate with
> Valerie Sutton into the future. I believe in SignWriting and I think
> our 13 websites are worth preserving and maintaining.  To keep them
> up, I have assumed full responsibility for the financial hosting of
> the server.  I'm happy to say that the current server costs are
> covered by the Patreon campaign I started last year.
>
> I plan to keep working with SignWriting on a part-time basis.  I will
> have office hours on Saturday, central standard time.
> * 7:30 am Gitter Public Chat
> * 9am YouTube Live
> * 10:30 am Chat with Val
> * 1pm Server and Development
>
> In 3 weeks, chances are good that I may start a full-time job outside
> of SignWriting.  These three weeks are very important because I need
> to rebuild the current SignWriting Server that hosts all of our
> websites.  We will have a Simple SignWriting Server that only sends
> files without any server processing.  We will have a Legacy
> SignWriting Server that supports PHP for SignPuddle 2 and SignPuddle 3
> and others. Once the two new servers are built and configured, I'll
> shut down the current SignWriting Server.  This will make sure the
> websites are up, stable, and running for the next few years.
>
> The year 2020 is a year of transitions, new directions, and letting
> go.  The new direction is to embrace JavaScript for both the browser
> and the server with node.  The standards are solid and I have several
> useful packages to share that are fully documented with online
> training available.  Once I have the first three packages fully
> complete, I will start the react component library.  Rather than
> trying to create a mutli-user platform for SignWriting, I'm going to
> focus on the foundation and offer tools to other developers so that
> they can use and create with SignWriting for their own websites and apps.
>
> The YouTube station will be called the SignWriting Stream.  I will
> show, teach, and demo the Sutton SignWriting resources we've put
> together.  The first episode is this Saturday.  So far the channel is
> empty.
> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXu4AXlG0rXFtk_5SzumDow
>
> Let me know if you have any questions, ideas, or concerns.
>
> Regards,
> -Steve
> https://patreon.com/signwriting
>
> ________________________________________________
>
>
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