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“We have made a lot of progress in the last three and a half decades, and I get emotional when I think of how far we have come in just 30 years.” While working with the Unicode Technical Consortium in the early 90s (where he was the only African participant for 30 years) Fesseha was also responsible for proposing and pushing Ethiopic script to be the computer name instead of Geez or Amharic.
They told me that they had a contractual obligation with the Ethiopian government not to sell the typewriters outside of Ethiopia.” “Necessity is the mother of invention” Fesseha says, explaining that he decided instead to develop a software using the Ethiopic alphabet.
Of course there was no such thing as Windows Operating System at the time and personal computers were at very early development stages — home computers were not even in the radar — and buying one was an expensive endeavor.
Fesseha rented the cheapest IBM computer (8086 Micro processor) and a “noisy” DOT Matrix printer for 0 per month. “I had to design screen font and printer font separately for each letter pixel by pixel and grid by grid.” Fesseha held his first major demonstration at Stanford University in the mid-1980s. “Many people came including the touring Ethiopian delegation to the U.
S.” Shortly thereafter in 1986/87 Fesseha gave his first interview to Voice of America’s Amharic service.