Starting to create IWMA symbols in SVG
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Mon Jul 25 16:42:54 UTC 2005
July 25, 2005
Hello Trevor and Steve!
Many thanks for explaining your schedule, Trevor - You are right.
Your and my schedule work well together! That makes me feel a little
more relaxed too...so thanks for telling me!
And I hope you enjoyed the SignWriting Symposium? I understand you
were the moderator for the computer program session? Thanks for doing
that...I believe there were two presentations...SignWriter Python by
Lars Majewski and SignWriter Tiger by Daniel Noelpp...smile?
Sorry I couldn't see you by videophone...You all could see me, but I
could not see you...everyone was a blur because you all were sitting
far away from the camera lens...I could only see someone closer to
the camera...next time I hope to do one-on-one meetings with people
by videophone...but it was still great that we tried that experiment
and it is really a miracle, when you consider it is not connected to
any computer, just through broadband...and I was sitting on the other
side of the globe and we were communicating! Val ;-)
> On Jul 25, 2005, at 8:31 AM, Trevor Jenkins wrote:
> It's no problem. All I've done at the moment is a "proof of concept".
> Take a PNG convert it to SVG then review/tweak it. So no work of
> mine has to be re-done yet.
> The only real work I've done is locate and install the software
> I'll need.
> There will be many more things to sort out before tackling a proper
> conversion of all the appropriate symbols. For example, I'll need to
> examine the refined PNGs to know whether I need to adjust the
> That schedule fits with my own. I've got some free time this week
> to play
> with my methodology before a hectic two weeks of my own. It'll be
> August before I can really make head way with converting the symbols.
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