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Daniel Flipo
French mathematician who is/was at the University of Science and Technology of Lille, France, who is opposed to CETA (the EUCanada trade deal). Designer in 2019 of the free Math font package Erewhon Math. ErewhonMath is a Utopiabased opentype mathematical font. The mathematical symbols and Greek letters are borrowed or derived from Michel Bovani's FourierGutenberg. The Latin letters and digits are borrowed from Michael Sharpe's Erewhon font. It requires LuaTeX or XeTeX as engine and the unicodemath package. ErewhonMath provides all glyphs supplied by FourierGutenberg plus all glyphs available in the amssymb and latexsym packages and many more. The coverage of Unicode math glyphs is a bit less than in STIX Math Two. In 2019 and 2020, Daniel Flipo provided free opentype versions of Christophe Caignaert's math font family, KpFonts. His package consists of sixteen Text OpenType fonts, a Roman family KpRoman (in eight shapes and weights), a SansSerif family KpSans, a TypeWriter family KpMono (in four shapes and weights), and five Math OpenType fonts, KpMath. See also KpFonts OTF. In 2022, Daniel Flipo developed a free OpenType font based on Ulrik Vieth's Metafont Concrete Math, also called Concrete Math. 
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