fonts for U7.0 scripts

Andrew West andrewcwest at
Thu Oct 23 03:25:11 CDT 2014

On 22 October 2014 23:58, Asmus Freytag <asmusf at> wrote:
> Nothing prevents people to put their fonts in the public domain, if they so
> desire, but that can't be a requirement of the character encoding process.

I never said or implied that making the font freely available should
be a requirement of the character encoding process (although I
personally think it ought to be).  I said that if the production of
the font was funded by the SEI then it should be made freely
available, and I think that is what donors to the SEI would expect,
certainly based on the text I quoted earlier which had been on the SEI
web site for many years before Debbie removed it yesterday.


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