hilaire at ofset.org
Thu Aug 6 04:08:21 EDT 2009
Regarding traditional chinese fonts, I asked to a friend in Taiwan
about possible choices.
Follow his advices.
Free free to ask Pr. Hung <ckhung at cyut.edu.tw> more advices.
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From: 洪朝貴 <ckhung at cyut.edu.tw>
Subject: Re: Fwd: Fonts (was Re: [etoys-dev] Wording in Clouds)
To: Hilaire Fernandes <hilaire at ofset.org>
Cc : hmhsu at mail.fgu.edu.tw
That's wonderful! In ubuntu, we typically use either
one of these two font packages:
ttf-arphic-ukai compressed 9.7M, installed 17M
ttf-arphic-uming compressed 7.8M, installed 21M
Each contains both of Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.
Japanese and Korean supports are being developed.
I personally prefer ttf-arphic-ukai.
I am also cc'ing to Prof. Justina Hsu
She is keen to introduce squeak/eToys to her Univ.
On Wed, Aug 05, 2009 at 12:29:24PM +0200, Hilaire Fernandes wrote:
> Etoys team is looking for advice about which Chinese free font to
> include in Etoys.
> CK, any advices ?
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> From: Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>
> Date: 2009/8/5
> Subject: Re: Fonts (was Re: [etoys-dev] Wording in Clouds)
> To: etoys dev <etoys-dev at squeakland.org>
> On 05.08.2009, at 01:29, Yoshiki Ohshima wrote:
> > At Tue, 4 Aug 2009 22:16:37 +0200,
> > Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> >> Actually, "Déjà vu" would be French ;)
> >> Anyway, do we have a list of fonts we'd like to ship with in Etoys? So
> >> far only Deja-Vu-LGC has been suggested.
> > A Japanese version of Etoys is shipped with Mona-font (which is
> > "free") pre-loaded. Now it could be externalized.
> >> The requirements would be it has to have a license allowing us to
> >> bundle it, and it should add a language/script we could not render
> >> otherwise. The reason to include the fonts instead of relying on
> >> platform fonts would be to ensure projects behaving identically across
> >> platforms.
> >> Looking at the list of translations at
> >> http://translate.sugarlabs.org/projects/etoys/
> > Not really tested with whole coverage of Deja-Vu and cannot tell
> > that real text in these language can be rendered, but with rough
> > eyeball checking, if we ship Deja-Vu, Mona, and some free
> > fonts for chinese and Korean I could say:
> > Coverage less than 1% and could be rendered:
> > Catalan, Icelandish, Bulgarian, Polish, Macedonean, Romanian
> > Coverage between 1% and 70% and could be rendered:
> > Dutch, Iceland, Italian, Portugese
> > Coverage more than 70% and could be rendered:
> > Greek, Kreyol, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish (non-latin1 version and
> > latin1 version), German, French, Russian, Simplified Chinese,
> > Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian (in Cyrillic)
> > -- Yoshiki
> Okay. So we will have a "fonts" folder in the resources (image)
> directory. We'll put DejaVu-LGC there, in Sans, Serif, and Mono faces,
> each with regular, bold, italic, and bold+italic styles. These 12
> fonts take 3.8 MB of disk space (which should be more than compensated
> by removing them from the image). Then Mona, at 2.7 MB. What about
> Komika, guess we take it out of the image and put it on disk, too? And
> any idea for Korean and Chinese?
> - Bert -
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