I'm developing type families that include complete Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, and Armenian scripts. The purpose is to embrace all languages using these scripts, with special attention to minority, under supported languages. The first two families will be available at the end of 2023, each with 36 weights and 11,500+ glyphs each. If this experience is interesting to your research, you can contact me: [email protected]
Hey Simon: Thanks so very much for the extensive post! Some of it I understand, some, I don't and some, I sort of understand but don't realize it's significance/implications. Give me a day or two to digest it and I will draft a longer post. Do I correspond with you here on your "activity page" or do I post on the thread?
Hey Peter: Thanks for your comment! I appreciate any leads. Nearly all grammatical material is in transliteration with a manuscript or individual aksara photo tacked on for emphasis, although the corpus of manuscripts are available at high enough resolution from CEToM or Berlin/TITUS. Posting to you specifically or adding to the discussion thread, which is the best way to communicate on this forum?
I have written an essay on my 45 years of making and selling fonts, for a book that went unpublished. And I’ve yet to get around to formatting it to put in my web site. I can send you a copy, if you like, Cheers,