~earboxer/fontawesome2emoji

Use emojis instead of private use area glyphs for font awesome classes
Font Awesome 1: Add some of these icons
add 4 glyphs
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#fontawesome2emoji

Use your system's emoji font instead of Font Awesome's glyphs.

Font Awesome contains many glyphs, but it's hard to know just what they convey. They also aren't very useful in a text-only environment.

Enter fontawesome2emoji.css, a drop-in replacement for Font Awesome which makes the standard Font Awesome classes create unicode Emoji glyphs instead of private use area characters from a specific font.

This can save bandwidth, and be used in user styles extensions to show the icons which you might have blocked for privacy reasons.

#Other Projects with similar ideas

=> https://github.com/thoughtspile/unfont Unfont: Embed Font Awesome icons into HTML with inline SVG => https://github.com/ellekasai/twemoji-awesome Twemoji Awesome: Create twemojis using classes => https://github.com/SebastianAigner/twemoji-amazing Twemoji Amazing: Updated version of Twemoji Awesome => https://github.com/ziishaned/emoji-awesome Emoji Awesome: Create emojis from various vendors using classes => FawesMoji: Future project: font which includes Font Awesome glyphs, but not in the Private Use Area