Hello Alexios, Hello Irene, Hello Emilios, I have written up the draft of my proposal. Here is the link on which you can comment on. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1odarKFRPg81bZilVfpcVMBzFJLpnO Tf0HadzKqHWP0A/edit?usp=sharing I am looking forward to your feedback. Any comments would be appreciated. Thank you so much in advance! Best regards Hidetaka Yamasaki On 23 March 2018 at 15:22, emilios theofanous <aemil [ dot ] toe [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com> wrote: > Hello to all from me also! > > I attach the pdf with my last year’s final proposal; you should also add a > first page with your CV. > > At first, as Irene suggests, you should upload a draft proposal with a > shareable link that people can comment on. For reference, this was my draft > proposal last year: > https://docs.google.com/document/d/14WoGXmtbcevBb490F6RL_UUM > hCZOoS_H57m3ZMvyH3A/edit?usp=sharing > > > Some suggestions that I think would be helpful for everyone: > > – Choose a font family you like, so you can enjoy working with it! > > – Maybe a family with a variety of styles would be more helpful than a > single weight one. Choose wisely :) > > – Take a look at the proposed family’s github page and see what the source > files are. How do you plan on working, tools you use etc. Most files for > the open source fonts have their source files in either RoboFont or Glyphs > files. > > > – Be specific on the family you propose to work with and most importantly > why. > > – Are you planning on adding Polytonic support also? Write that down too. > > > – Propose a detailed timeline. This I understand you might not be sure of > (I wasn’t either!) but a general skeleton with basic milestones can help > everyone know what to except in order to evaluate the proposed outcome > accordingly. The deliverables should be a full character set which is > also well spaced and kerned. This years general timeline: > https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/how-it-works/#timeline > > > > Here is the last year’s github page, take a look: > https://github.com/eellak/gsoc17-Eczar > > I hope I was helpful enough, > please do send me additional emails with any more questions! > > Best of luck, > Emilios > > > > On 23 March 2018 at 13:20, Irene Vlachou <irenevlachou [ dot ] type [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com> > wrote: > >> Hi all, >> >> This is an email to mainly introduce to all of you Emilios, last year’s >> GSOC “graduate” and this year’s Mentor. Emilios is very-very nice and he is >> going to share with all of us some info of how he completed last year his >> Proposal and will give us some tips. >> >> You still have 4 days to apply your final application, but please-please >> upload first a draft so we can have a look and help you finalise it. When >> you do submit the draft, please enrolled to the email list with the >> organisation that runs this project GFOSS (Open Technologies Alliance). You >> can do it by sending a simple email on the list saying “Hi, I submit a >> great proposal” to this address. <opensource-devs+subscribe [ at ] ellak [ dot ] gr> >> >> Best and good luck to all of you, >> Irene >> >> > > > -- > > Emilios Theofanous > Type&Graphic Design > > +33769156868 <+33%207%2069%2015%2068%2068> (FR) > +35799208643 <+357%2099%20208643> (CY) > > twitter.com/emilios__ >
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