This page aims to provide guidance for font designers and package maintainers regarding OpenType features that support local typographic traditions. Adding these features to an OpenType font is more like programming than traditional font design, so they they may well be implemented by people with programming skills, even if they've never edited a glyph.
- Adam Twardoch's talk at BachoTeX 2008.
General information about OpenType features
- Christopher Slye's talk at ATypI 2006 gives insight on how the process is handled at Adobe. Slides.
- Wikipedia's entry on OpenType features.
- The OpenType layout tag registry.