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Anouncement: ATypI Font Technology Forum, Copenhagen

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Adam Twardoch <[log in to unmask]>

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ATypI Font Technology Forum 2001

Radisson SAS Falconer Hotel & Conference Center
Falkoner Alle 9, DK-2000 Frederiksberg
Copenhagen, Denmark

Thursday September 20, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (coffee from 8:30 am)


Following the success of last year's font technology forum in Leipzig, the
event has been brought under the umbrella of the Association Typographique
Internationale, and this year's forum is being organised as an initiative
of the newly resurrected ATypI Technology Committee (co-chairs John Hudson
and Wm Ross Mills). The focus of this year's forum is 'Building
International Fonts', but the presentations will provide much of interest
to all font developers, regardless of their involvement with multilingual
typography and software internationalisation. Topics and speakers include:

Unicode for Font Developers.
Eric Muller & Thomas Phinney, Adobe (presented by Thomas Phinney)

Briefing: Unicode in OSX.
Peter Lofting, Apple

Briefing: Unicode in Windows Xp.
Simon Daniels, Microsoft

Managing Large Glyph Sets.
John Hudson, Tiro Typeworks

Spec'ing OpenType Fonts.
David Lemon, Adobe

New OpenType Features in InDesign.
Thomas Phinney, Adobe

Reality Bytes. Making Fonts for Central Europe.
Adam Twardoch, Silesian Type Foundry

Automated Arabic.
Thomas Milo, DecoType, and Yuri Yarmola, FontLab

And again. And again. Scripting repetitive tasks during font production.
Adam Twardoch, Silesian Type Foundry

The presentations will end with with an interim report on the ATypI
Technology Committee initiative to develop, in partnership with font
technology and tool developers, an industry recommendation for XML-based
representation of font data. The forum will conclude with a Q&A panel
session.

Registration for the forum is 45 GBP and includes a light lunch. To
register for the forum and for the main ATypI conference on the following
days, please visit the ATypI website at www.atypi.org.

Questions about the forum content can be addressed to John Hudson at
[log in to unmask]

Questions about forum registration, or about the ATypI conference, should
be addessed to Sharon Irving at [log in to unmask]
_____________________


Tiro Typeworks www.tiro.com
Vancouver, BC [log in to unmask]

Type is something that you can pick up and hold in your hand.
                                                   - Harry Carter

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