Hi Fonts SIG,
Currently there is poor discoverability of what fonts provide a glyph for a particular a code point.
It was recently asked  what font package in Fedora is needed to display U+130DF .
## Method 1: Download all font packages and use fc-list
One way to determine this would be to install every font package and then issue the following `fc-list` invocation: `fc-list :charset=130DF`:
sudo dnf repoquery --available --whatprovides 'font(*)' | xargs sudo dnf install -y
Aside: Is there a better way to list all font packages than this:
sudo dnf repoquery --whatprovides 'font(*)'
## Method 2: Pipe Dream: Declare code points as PROVIDES in the RPM spec
It would be cool if there was somehow a way to declare in the RPM spec of the font RPM what code points this font has glyphs for. Then something like `sudo dnf whatprovdes glyph(130DF)` could be used to discover the fonts that have a glyph for U+130DF.
Probably not feasible, but throwing it out there.
## Method 3: A Fedora website: Fedora Font Showcase
A website could be designed that showcases the fonts Fedora has packaged.
It could include a **search by code point** feature.
A database containing the relationship between font packages and code points could be created using the technique of Method 1.
## Other ideas?