Rajesh Ji, Thanks for making the debate Live further! :) I propose a Nomencleture : Greek
Evaluation Mechanism (GEM)
Justification : Greeking is a style of displaying or rendering text or symbols. And our
system is to evaluate and validate those rendering. So,it may be suitable for the
replacement of the name - UTRRS. Let me think, some more.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rajesh Ranjan" <rajesh672(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2013 3:11:39 PM
Subject: Re: Proposal for Changing the Nomenclature of The Project - UTRRS
We have created a page for the suggestions. We have extended the date for the suggestions
as well and it is now 31st of July 2013. Please suggest something great!
On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 6:20 PM, Ankit Patel < ankit644(a)yahoo.com > wrote:
On 04/23/2013 01:51 PM, pravin.d.s(a)gmail.com wrote:
On 23 April 2013 13:25, Rajesh Ranjan < rajesh672(a)gmail.com
<mailto: rajesh672(a)gmail.com >> wrote:
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 12:26 PM, Satyabrata Maitra
< satyabrata2002.23(a)gmail.com <mailto: satyabrata2002.23@ gmail.com
As many of you might aware of, that we have merged our Project -
UTRRS (Unicode Text Rendering Reference System) into FUEL after
the discussion. Now we would like to propose the change in
Naming Convention for the project UTRRS and we seek suggestions
for the same from all of you. We would like to request for the
new ideas that how the current name of the project "UTRRS" can
be change or will be replaced with and welcome all of your
efforts on this task.
The name 'UTRRS' is although accepted by everybody when it was
developed and till today. Still, we would like to change it's
pattern of naming convention and provide a nomenclature which
suites its functionality more accurately in a rather simple
manner which is more understandable and acceptable to the
community with the nature of purpose this application serves.
As a preface, we would like to share some facts like what
exactly the UTRRS is, how does it work, what does it do, how it
helps etc etc in a short summary :
UTRRS stands for Unicode Text Rendering Reference System which
is a concept of Testifying and Validating the rendering of any
Grammatical Character or Composed Character in a comparison
method with a Reference Character that is provided. The
difference between the rendered character and the reference
character is what the test result we can record with 'match' or
Based on this concept, we have developed a tool which actually
provides a platform or web interface to Validate the Character
or Composed Character. As of now we have implemented it in 11
Indic Locales which are based on script based characters (like
Devanagari or Dravidian).
UTRRS is an web based tool developed with ruby on rails and with
MySQL as a backend database server. It verifies the rendering of
any fonts installed in your system as well as the rendering
engine's (Pango, qt, icu, or harfbuzz or any other) performance
in terms of forming the character shapes regardless of whether
it is any base characters (Codepoint) or any composed character
(GSUB or GPOS), platform independently.
We have a certain set of plans for this project's further
enhancement and this will come in the roadmap on the project
page upon the completion of merging task, and we will seek
contributions from all of you as a community effort in near future.
Current Project URL : http://utrrs-testing.rhcloud
Proposed project URL post merge : Upcoming.
(On behalf of FUEL-UTRRS Community)
Really difficult to name it...
Two suggestions I can think:
i. 'TextFace' - Can we have a name like this?
I do agree with Satya. UTRRS name is more like technical definition of
the project, so some different name is looks good idea.
To suggest few,
* Text Engine
* Alpha Tower
* Green Radius
Let's put it up in the agenda for the GILT conference.
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