At 14:30 -0800 5/30/2000, Dean Abramson wrote:
>It's been a while since I've been involved in Unicode or multilingual
>anything. Since the very beginning of 1999 Bjondi has turned into
>Skworm and shifted its efforts into Internet technologies.
>Since our departure from the Unicode community, we have left our
>Bjondi web site (mostly) untouched which still offers our Character
>Agent and UniAPI software free for download that we had developed
>now quite some time ago.
>Apparently (we're told on occasion) this little utility has gained
>quite a following, and in fact what used to be an occasional download
>or two has turned into several downloads every day.
>I was kinda curious to hear if anyone is using Character Agent on a
>regular basis, and if there is a collective interest in an upgrade
>to Character Agent that supports Unicode 3.0?
Want, want, yes, want.
>Also, since time is
>limited for us, AND also since we are way out of touch with Unicode
>these days, would there be anyone interested in lending a hand in an
What do you need done? Documentation is my specialty, with programming second.
>To date we know of nobody using UniAPI (which happens to be the most
>important part of the product).
I was just thinking about some little multilingual utilities and
language-learning assistants. I also need some projects for my son,
who has been complaining that his college programming language
courses teach language features rather than programming. And who
wants to learn Japanese.
>I was also wondering if anyone is
>actually using it, and if there is an interest in extending it to an
>open community effort?
Second the motion. I want to help with some open source Unicode fonts, too.
>In case you do use Character Agent, and don't
>know what UniAPI is, you probably should!
>Thank you kindly,
> O O
>Dean Abramson E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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