Christopher Fynn works with the Dzongkha Development Commission in Thimphu, Bhutan. He has worked extensively in Bhutan on various projects, including developing Unicode tools, compatible fonts for the Tibetan and Dzongkha language. He has collaborated with Microsoft to develop the OpenType shaping rules for Tibetan script and collation rules, which later were incorporated into Windows Vista and other programs. Chris comes from a background in software engineering, text inputting, printing, and typesetting technology. In 1994, he developed a Tibetan keyboard utility (TibKey) and font (Tibetan Modern) for MS Windows 3. Since 1995, Chris has been a member of the BSI, Internationalization panel working with ISO 10646. Chris has also worked with the Department of Information Technology on the Dzongkha Linux project, which developed the support for Tibetan script now found in the Linux operating system and GNOME desktop and a fully localized Dzongkha version of Linux.
Dzongkha Development Commission