[tlomt-orbitron-fonts] Add metainfo file

Parag Nemade pnemade at fedoraproject.org
Sat Oct 18 11:48:24 UTC 2014

commit 54bf3fa59ac361b522a62f7a5efa150df7ee7117
Author: Parag Nemade <pnemade at redhat.com>
Date:   Sat Oct 18 17:18:09 2014 +0530

    Add metainfo file

 tlomt-orbitron.metainfo.xml |   26 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!-- Copyright 2014 Parag Nemade <pnemade AT redhat DOT com> -->
+<component type="font">
+  <id>tlomt-orbitron</id>
+  <metadata_license>CC-BY-3.0</metadata_license>
+  <name>Orbitron</name>
+  <summary>Geometric sans-serif typeface</summary>
+  <description>
+    <p>
+      Orbitron is a geometric sans-serif typeface intended for display purposes. It
+      features four weights (light, medium, bold, and black), a stylistic
+      alternative, small caps, and a ton of alternate glyphs. Orbitron was designed
+      so that graphic designers in the future will have some alternative to typefaces
+      like Eurostile or Bank Gothic. If you’ve ever seen a futuristic sci-fi movie,
+      you have may noticed that all other fonts have been lost or destroyed in the
+      apocalypse that led humans to flee earth. Only those very few geometric
+      typefaces have survived to be used on spaceship exteriors, spacestation
+      signage, monopolistic corporate branding, uniforms featuring aerodynamic
+      shoulder pads, etc. Of course Orbitron could also be used on the posters for
+      the movies portraying this inevitable future.
+    </p>
+  </description>
+  <updatecontact>pnemade_at_redhat_dot_com</updatecontact>
+  <url type="homepage">http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/</url>

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