The SignWriting Script is an international standard for writing sign languages by hand or with computers. From education to research, from entertainment to religion, SignWriting has proven useful because people are using it to write signed languages. The SignWriting Script has two major families: Block Printing for the reader and Handwriting for the writer.
The SignWriting Text encoding model defines the structures of SignWriting Block Printing. The plain-text mathematical names are explained with tokens and regular expressions patterns. The visual image is supported with SVG and PNG generated by a SignWriting Icon Server. The TrueType Font is experimental and not fully functional.
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SignWriting Tech[edit | edit source]
A discussion about the technical details required to make SignWriting possible.
SignWriting News[edit | edit source]
SignWriting developments likely to impact Wikimedians on Incubator.
SignWriting Ambassadors[edit | edit source]
Technically-minded volunteers helping with written sign language projects.
Incubator[edit | edit source]
The SignWriting Gadget makes it possible for Incubator to support any sign language with SignWriting Text.