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GlyphWiki is a wiki where minchō-style hanzi glyphs (Chinese characters, kanji, hanja, chu Nom, Sawndip, etc.) can be added, managed, and shared by anybody.
Normally the management of a font and every hanzi is tedious, but on GlyphWiki hanzi can be easily designed and managed independently. In addition, glyphs can be collected and made into a font that can be immediately shared.
Anyone can manage glyphs, and anyone can use registered glyphs freely. You can add the glyphs you need, combine them with existing data, and gather them into a font. Currently over 420,000 hanzi are registered (differently-named but visually identical glyphs are counted separately; counted together the number is 220,000 strong. For details consult glyph registration data(GlyphWiki:登録グリフ情報)).
Won't you register your gaiji and variant character data? Using GlyphWiki is free. You can also create data that only you can edit (the registered data can be freely used; viewing and usage by other parties cannot be restricted). Regardless of whether you are an individual or a corporation, anyone can use GlyphWiki.
For those using GlyphWiki for the first time, please see the below tutorials.
You can also do the following at GlyphWiki. Tutorial pages are prepared for each one.
For those who want to experiment with editing glyphs, use sandbox. For experimenting with groups, Group:test is available. They are all for testing use, so overwriting things is fine. It's likely going to be very easy. By all means, use GlyphWiki!
The data and documents registered, as well as the usage of fonts generated is free. You are welcome to contribute new data. However, so as to not inhibit the free usage of the data, intellectual rights are transferred from you to GlyphWiki, and you agree not to claim moral rights over the data. For details, please refer to GlyphWiki:License.
GlyphWiki looks forward to your participation. For details, please see GlyphWiki:JoinUs.
An RSS feed for renewed data is available at http://glyphwiki.org/rss.xml .
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) BMP (URO)
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) BMP (URO addendum)
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) BMP (Ext-A)
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) Ext.B
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) Ext.C
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) Ext.D
ISO/IEC 10646 (Unicode) Ext.E
Difference between countries/regions
Even more glyphs can be found at Group:全漢字.