Hi Simon and all other members of the Omniglot Family,
I've noticed a number of uploads of "New Scripts" for quite a few Aboriginal languages of India. However, they are mostly from Prof. Prasanna Sree. Now groups like SIL, and others often create scripts for languages (for Religious or Political propagation), in those instances, the scripts are generally used by at least a percentage of the target population. However, in Prof. Sree's case, I haven't been able to find any actual usage of the scripts he/she's created by the target populations. As such, how then do these scripts differ from a con-script designed for English, Chinese, Pali, Hmong or whatever? My point is that I think Prof. Sree's scripts should be included in the Constructed Script for Natural Language, as the scripts appear to be Prof. Sree's own artistic creations rather than from any direct feedback or input from any of his/her Aboriginal target groups. I'm curious to see what others have to say.