chris.cox at GEOLANG.COM
Thu Dec 20 21:16:48 UTC 2007
Hi Val (and Stefan),
Just in case you are still around in the run up to the festivities, my
apologies to you and Stefan but I have not had the time recently to visit as
much of the available material as I should have done. As you say the visit
to the German site has been another eye opener for me
On the other hand, just before you wrote I did find a wealth of information
about Stefan's many activities on the general Internet so I had already
begun to understand the extent of my most recent gaff :-)
Can I ask Stefan? can I pass on the card to others with suitable attribution
to its author please? but also it would be nice if I could provide a
translation of the actual message in English please - I think it is a
Val, thank you so much for so many detailed explanations - I will certainly
provide a snapshot of the intentions of our project early in January and any
progress that we might have achieved by mid/end January.
All the best
From: Valerie Sutton [mailto:dac at signwriting.org]
Sent: 20 December 2007 00:31
To: List SignWriting
Cc: Chris Cox
Subject: Re: [sw-l] Merry Christmas!
December 19, 2007
On Dec 17, 2007, at 9:45 PM, Chris Cox wrote:
> As the new hearing non signing - non SW member of the list who is
> trying to
> recruit signing people to the cause in the UK, can I have a
> translation into
> English please?
> Can I then borrow the card (with attribution to your authorship,
> Stefan) and
> its message to give people a real flavour of the power of SW in such a
> fundamental situation?
> Can I ask where you are resident please Stefan i.e. is this written
> in ASL?
> I am afraid I am also incompetent at creating artwork so please
> accept my
> wish to all for a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year :-)
Welcome to the SignWriting List.
Perhaps you might tell the SignWriting List about your project? Many
of our SW List members are signers and signwriters, and so they are
people who can give you a different perspective....
So feel free to introduce us to the WLDC SW Project...maybe in
January, 2008? Then we will be able to focus after the holidays.
Now...to answer your questions...
Stefan Woehrmann is a teacher of Deaf students at the Osnabruck School
for the Deaf in Germany. Have you visited Stefan's web site?
Stefan's Web Site on SignWriting
and also visit:
SignWriting in Germany
I assumed that you had already visited Stefan's site and knew about
the wonderful work being done in Germany with Deaf children!
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