Thanks for making us aware of this, Brad. I've immediately removed an
unneeded use in Translate and removed that entry from the list.
One instance remains in the header "monospace hack, could probably be
changed to "monospace, monospace"". Can you please elaborate?
On Sat, Oct 26, 2013 at 6:43 PM, Brad Jorsch (Anomie) <bjorsch(a)wikimedia.org
I came across Gerrit change 79948 today, which
use a pile of non-free fonts (with one free font thrown in at the end
as a sop). Is this really the direction we want to go, considering
that in many other areas we prefer to use free software whenever we
Looking around a bit, I see this has been discussed in some "back
corners" (no offense intended), but not on this list and I don't
see any place where free versus non-free was actually discussed rather
than being brought up and then seemingly ignored.
In case it helps, I did some searching through mediawiki/core and
WMF-deployed extensions for font-family directives containing non-free
fonts. The results are at
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