MUFI

The Medieval Unicode Font Initiative is a non-profit workgroup of scholars and font designers who would like to see a common solution to a problem felt by many medieval scholars: the encoding and display of special characters in Medieval texts written in the Latin alphabet.
MUFI was founded in July 2001 by a workgroup consisting of Odd Einar Haugen (Bergen), Alec McAllister (Leeds) and Tarrin Wills (Sydney/Aberdeen). The members of the workgroup communicates primarily by e-mail, but have occasionally met in Leeds (July 2002 and 2003). The first MUFI group meeting was held in Bergen (30-31 August 2003), the second in Lisboa, (10-12 March 2005), the third in Bonn (12-13 June 2006) and the fourth in Mainz (23 June 2008). As of August 2006, MUFI has a board of four members.
Over the last six years the MUFI group has had regular contributors from (in alphabetical order) Australia, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Great Britain, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and USA.
The MUFI groups is pursuing two lines, (a) coordinating the allocation of medieval characters in the Private Use Area and (b) proposing missing medieval characters to Unicode.
The newest version of the MUFI recommendations is Version 3.0, which was published on 24 June 2009.
The best choice for our project is the MUFI, because there are many medieval characteristics in Hungarian old books.

MUFI