[Scribus] Gentium font
Wesley T Allen
Sat Jan 28 22:52:20 CET 2006
On Friday 27 January 2006 11:30, John Jordan wrote:
> On 27 Jan 2006, at 9:56, Petr Van k wrote:
> > interesting. Do you have any cases about it?
> > I've found just some obscure issues like:
> > http://www.uiowa.edu/~anthro/news95/careers.htm
> > actually I don't care about it much but I'm always fascinated a little
> > bit in these parts of civilization...
> Thanks for posting that link. Now everyone can see what the issue
> is and make their own decisions.
> Yes, I do personally have issues with SIL, but discussion of such
> opinions are totally off-topic, so I will not state more than that.
Gang, just for the record, Fundamentalists think that Wycliffe is a godless
liberal organization. They really aren't Fundamentalist in any historical
understanding of the word. As suggested in this e-mail, that's an off-list
conversation. I just wanted to bring a point of clarification.
SIL is extremely important for scholarly work with both Biblical and other
Ancient Near Eastern texts (Akkadian, Uggaritic, etc...) - without their
fonts people in these fields would be stuck many years outside the PC
revolution (I've got a grammar that's pre-SIL - YICK).
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