I'd like to sell my e-book done in ePub format, so this means I will
distribuite the font into the e-book it self. You can simple unzip an
ePub file and recoved text, cover image and fonts, so, in this case,
Liberation Serif fonts.
I read the license here:
but I didn't understand exactly If I can use the Liberation fonts into
the ePub file and I can sell my ePub e-book. If I need a special
request to Red Hat or not. I wrote them and they told me to ask here
so I did.
Is enough to specify in the copyright e-book page that I used
Liberation fonts freely donwloadable from
or it's not needed because
information are into the file itself?
If I do (on my Linux system):
otfinfo -i /usr/share/fonts/TTF/LiberationSerif-Regular.ttf
Family: Liberation Serif
Full name: Liberation Serif
PostScript name: LiberationSerif
Version: Version 1.07.1
Unique ID: Ascender - Liberation Serif
Designer: Steve Matteson
Designer URL: http://www.ascendercorp.com/typedesigners.html
Manufacturer: Ascender Corporation
Vendor URL: http://www.ascendercorp.com/
Trademark: Liberation is a trademark of Red Hat, Inc.
registered in U.S. Patent
and Trademark Office and certain other jurisdictions.
Copyright: Copyright (c) 2007 Red Hat, Inc. All rights
reserved. LIBERATION is
a trademark of Red Hat, Inc.
License Description: Licensed under the Liberation Fonts license, see
Vendor ID: 1ASC
I get all information I need on the font from the font file it self.
If you need more specific information let me know.
Have a nice day,