Re: A .notdef glyph

From: John Cowan (
Date: Thu Nov 07 2002 - 15:07:24 EST

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    John Hudson scripsit:

    > By the way, on the subject of copyright, the design is pretty much useless
    > if it is copyrighted, so if William wants anyone to use his design he
    > should make a formal declaration of deposit in the public domain.

    Furthermore, bitmap representations of typography are not copyrightable,
    at least in the U.S.

    Wouldn't the glyph for the GETA SIGN be suitable as a .notdef glyph?
    That seems to be just what GETA is for.

    [W]hen I wrote it I was more than a little              John Cowan
    febrile with foodpoisoning from an antique carrot
    that I foolishly ate out of an illjudged faith
    in the benignancy of vegetables.  --And Rosta 

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