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ju'ocu'i mi'e xavier. y y y ju'ocai mi'e xavier.
** [http://home.att.net/~jameskass/code2001.htm ode2001] - A [http://www.unicode.org nicode] font which has experimental support for [[jbocre: Michael Everson|Michael Everson]]'s Tengwar Unicode Proposal.
 
  
***Requires that your OS cope with 'Astral Planes' (i.e. Unicode characters past hex 0xFFFF), which is where Tengwar keeps good company with Etruscan and Deseret --- though also Musical notations (including Byzantine and Gregorian neumes), Hieroglyphs, Mayan, and the oodles of Cantonese-specific characters that wouldn't fit below 0xFFFF. Making it cope is non-trivial in several instances.
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I'm generally interested in lojban for the technical aspects of it. I'm quite intruigued with the nature of its grammar and am working on a few projects involving it, technically:
****''Huh? Tengwar currently starts at 0xE000'' That's the Private Use section of Unicode, which means it's not intended as a permanent solution or canonical mapping. The proposal proper is for 0x1xxxx, and has not yet been approved. It will likelier fare better than Klingon pIqaD, though... :-(
 
  
*****''Ooops''
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# [[jbocre: Lojban diphone speech synthesizer|Lojban diphone speech synthesizer]]
  
** Are there any other Unicode Tengwar Fonts? (I'm working on a [[jbocre: yudit|yudit]] mode for Tengwar, and Code2001 has spacing issues)
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# someday an implementation of [[jbocre: samtrosku|samtrosku]] or something similar
  
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You can find more of my projects and non-lojban stuff here: [http://staticfree.info]
** [http://user.tninet.se/~xof995c/tengscribe.htm engwar Scribe] for Windows.
 
  
*** [http://www.eldritch.org/erskin/pub riginal lojban mode] (direct link)
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<xavier> huh. also didn't realize the zoi delimiters could be cmene as
*** [http://www.opoudjis.net/dist/lojbanmodes.zip itcion's lojban modes]
 
  
** [http://www.jadro.cz/tengwar/index.php aTT] for Windows, Linux, and other OS's
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well. nifty.
*** Canonical lojban and xwaver's mode available
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<xavier> dude. if computers ever become partially sentient and use
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lojban as a language for speaking/understanding humans,
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humans could hide secret messages in the ZOI delimiters and
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the computers would '''never know'''.
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<xavier> .u'isai lu mi ba'e prami la'o bigyselspo HAL 9000 Computer
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bigyselspo li'u

Revision as of 17:20, 4 November 2013

ju'ocu'i mi'e xavier. y y y ju'ocai mi'e xavier.

I'm generally interested in lojban for the technical aspects of it. I'm quite intruigued with the nature of its grammar and am working on a few projects involving it, technically:

  1. Lojban diphone speech synthesizer
  1. someday an implementation of samtrosku or something similar

You can find more of my projects and non-lojban stuff here: [1]

<xavier> huh. also didn't realize the zoi delimiters could be cmene as

well. nifty.

<xavier> dude. if computers ever become partially sentient and use

lojban as a language for speaking/understanding humans,

humans could hide secret messages in the ZOI delimiters and

the computers would never know.

<xavier> .u'isai lu mi ba'e prami la'o bigyselspo HAL 9000 Computer

bigyselspo li'u