CSUR and UCSUR glyphs
Doug Ewell via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Tue May 9 11:31:04 CDT 2017
Michael Bear wrote:
> Some of the glyphs were no problem, such as the Tengwar and Cirth
> ones, because their pages actually show the glyphs on their pages.
> Others do not, which poses a bit of a problem. [...]
As you probably read on both the CSUR and UCSUR sites, neither is
sponsored or endorsed by Unicode. They are side projects embarked upon
by individuals, some of whom also happen to be involved in the
Consortium. Please keep this in mind.
I was never able to find some of these scripts, such as Pikto, even in
the '90s when CSUR activity was at its peak. Herman Miller's site,
linked from CSUR, still has all or most of his early alphabets.
Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, US | ewellic.org
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