--- Comment #37 from Nikolaus Waxweiler <madigens(a)gmail.com> ---
Possible solution #1:
- Invest the time needed to fix
or figure out a work-around
(apparently 1.x has the same problem when compiled with "newer" FFs?)
- Package Git commit with the fix for Fedora
- Upgrade to 2.x
Possible solution #2 (maybe the best long-term solution):
- Invest time into porting the Liberation fonts source to UFO format, as that
is the standard open (exchange) format if you ignore the 800 kg gorilla called
Glyphs.app. We use it internally for storing and building from of our
(commercial) projects, maintenance of the UFO world is better than of
FontForge. Plus: better scriptability with e.g. fontParts.
Possible solution #3:
- Replace Liberation with Arimo/Cousine/Tinos from Google Fonts. There is no
source for them, although according to the changelog, Liberation was initially
made from the TTFs of Arimo/Cousine/Tinos... I don't know if there is any
maintenance done on those, though.
PS: I just found https://github.com/liberationfonts/liberation-fonts
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