Most of you aware regarding liberation license problem we are facing from
long time. Looks like time came when we can get rid of it.
Google has recently released google-croscore fonts.
- These are from same vendor ascendar with OFL license and more glyph
coverage than existing liberation.
- Existing shape in liberation and same as croscore since from the
- Use base of croscore fonts and apply enhancements available in
liberation and call new entity liberation 2.0
1. Liberation license issues will get resolved
2. Liberation user community will get enhanced fonts. i.e. more language
Need help from legal for doing licensing stuff, dunno how we can crack
licensing of Liberation SansNarrow.
just corrected the template of the locale-specific overrides rule at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fontconfig_packaging_tips
There are no changes of the behavior though, in next release of fontconfig, it will warns if <test> elements contains multiple values, this change has been made because of the unreliable/non-intuitive behavior. for alternatives, if one wants to test the lang, you can use compare="contains" instead. otherwise you'll need to put more <match>es then.
I'll post the list of the packages here later what packages needs to be updated for that and also will file a bug too.
I want to maintain new package called conky-colors, i found that this
package included some fonts. i ask a friend (maintainer) and he told me
that i have make separate packages for each font. but in case, these are
not really alphabet fonts, they just used for svg in conky. like weather
font that included some shape of sun, moon, wind, raining, etc. or some
now i want to know that i have to make sub packages?
i added this list of all fonts that will be installed by this package in
/usr/share/fonts/TTF & /usr/share/fonts/OTF below:
Just about that "Arial_Black.ttf", I'm not sure about this, I prefer to not
include this in package (just remove it in source) to solve this problem.
for more resources, you can download this conky-colors in github
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On गुरुवार 07 जून 2012 01:02 म.नं., Shriramana Sharma wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 5:55 PM, Pravin Satpute <psatpute(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Announcing the release of Lohit Tamil 2.5.1 with bug fixes and
>> enhancements. Added new font "Lohit Tamil Classical" specifically for Tamil
> Hello. The installed font name for the classical orthography font
> seems to be "Lohit TamilClassical" without a space between "Tamil" and
> "Classical". Is this intentional? It is difficult to read and seems
> unwieldy. I would request including a space in between.
I was thinking to make "Tamil Classical" bit shorter any suggestions ?
"Lohit TA Classical" ?
If no other good alternative, i can simply change name as planned earlier.