This is preview!
This, like your Chronotext experiments and safetydank's Cinder port, is another milestone on the path toward that goal.
No comments, Ryan...I think we're getting away from the point of this thread
@ariel.malka - I'm curious which bit of discussion you're referring to as lacking credit, as we have not had the opportunity to present this work publicly yet. If you'd refer to me what you read, I'd love to try to address your concerns.
And while I have the mic, I'll say that @safetydank's efforts were truly impressive, and I know of several projects that benefited from his work, including at least one very high profile project internal to Google itself, so hats off to you, @safetydank.
Ariel I know you maintain a fork of an older version of Cinder...
and while Hai didn't refer to it for this work, perhaps there's some aspect of this that we've overlooked in terms of your role? Is your feeling that you deserve credit for promoting the idea of porting Cinder to Android? Perhaps you could offer some advice on how you deserve to be credited when we are finally able to give this a proper writeup.
Ariel, can you please give some respect to the original poster's intentions for this thread, and create a new post if you'd like to continue to share your story.
I'm a huge fan of your work with typography and hebraic texts Ariel, and that I've been following you and chronotext since the early days of processing
I've not followed your (or any one else) progress on the linux or android front, simply by lack of interest before a month ago. So basically my first contact with Android (and cinder) was "Hai's working on a glnext android branch, and it's the best option you have right now", a month and a half ago
Anyway, I'd be happy to add anything to my credits, but...