Thanks to all who created SignWriting web sites!
Katrien Van Mulders
katrien_vanmulders at YAHOO.COM
Thu Dec 18 20:16:13 UTC 2003
Hello Val and everyone!
Can someone tell me where I can find the official abbreviations given to the world's sign languages? Thx!
Valerie Sutton <sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG> wrote:
December 16, 2003
I visited Stefan ±± website but didn ±² know Jerry has one!
Dear SW List, Susanne, Stefan and Jerry -
I am opening this question to the List, because I want to take this
opportunity to thank all the wonderful people who have created
SignWriting-related web sites in 2003...;-)
And to those who have documented the web sites, like Bill Reese....Many
thanks too! ;-)
Below is a listing of urls, that will take you to some of the web sites
.....PLUS...I know there are others not listed below...so I hope other
web designers will write to give us their SignWriting-related links
too...You all are welcome to join our SignWriting Web Ring...so write
if you would like to be included...Number 5, 6, and 7 below, are Jerry
Spillman's web sites, and numbers 8 and 9 are Antonio Carlos da Rocha
Costa from Brazil...
SIGNWRITING-RELATED WEB SITES
1. SignWriting Web Ring
SignWriting in Germany
5. SignBible Site
ASL Bible in SignWriting
6. SignPoetry Site
Sign Poetry in SignWriting
7. Children to Children
Children Write in SW
8. SWML Site
9. SignWriting Journal
Articles on SignWriting
10. SignWriting List Archive
Messages Posted on SW List
Sutton MW Central
13. The Sutton Shop
Shopping Cart Online
Online Symbol Archive
And I know there are more!
Sutton at SignWriting.org
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