--- Comment #54 from Patryk Obara <dreamer.tan+fedora(a)gmail.com> ---
All that you describe should have been accompanied by announcements in Fedora
features - probably for every Fedora release since 2006. Just because you make
up a policy, it does not mean that it will be magically implemented. And
blaming users? Really?
And where does FontsPolicy EXACTLY say, that non-OpenType fonts are deprecated?
OLD policy only mentions, that old formats should be grouped in legacy-fonts
group, nothing more.
This is probably the most tone-deaf and corporate-like handling of userspace
breaking change I've ever witnessed while using Fedora (I use it since ~Fedora
Core 5). Instead of fixing the technical issue, we see attempts at
corporate-like blame games.
A responsible thing to do would be to revert to the previous Pango release and
properly implement and test transition for F32.
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