After 2-year negotiations, Unicode has approved Georgian Mtavruli (Capital) script and this signifies users will be able to apply Mtavruli (Capital) script on systematical basis, ON.GE reports.
A three-member group working on the project had sent the proposal to Unicode. The initiative was proposed by Akaki Razmadze, Michael Everson and Nika Gujejiani. Besarion Gugushvili has provided consultations, who has created the famous BPG script. After the negotiations, 46 capital letters were approved in Unicode standard.
Text typed in Unicode standard is called as a typing in Sylfaen. In reality, this process implies typing letters in Unicode Standard, while Sylfaen is one of the scripts to depict these letters on a display.
The project team plans to achieve approval of this script into ISO standards so as OS manufacturers such as as Microsoft, Apple, Google and others integrate it into their systems.