Do you agree with me that a font is superior when it has a better coverage?
In my opinion the only thing that really counts is that we support the
characters of the languages we support. All the rest is ballast preventing
us from fulfilling our primary objective.
2009/5/5 Aryeh Gregor
> On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 12:50 AM, K. Peachey <p858snake(a)yahoo.com.au
> > That might cause issues and such since most creators want their
> > readmes and such stored with them (and i've seen a few free ones with
> > additonal rules against using in webpages as such so we would need to
> > be aware of that as well),
> Those would, obviously, be forbidden to
upload. As with any uploaded
> media, all uploaded fonts would need to be explicitly and irrevocably
> released under a free license, which means no requirements for readmes
> or restrictions on type of use.
> On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 3:59 AM, Gerard
> <gerard.meijssen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > Would this also be a solution for the problem we have with supporting
> > languages like Lingala ? The standard Latin fonts do not suffice.
> Yes, if free fonts are available that are
superior, and if users use a
> suitably modern browser. I believe the latest version of Safari would
> work, and so would the upcoming Firefox 3.5. If we have EOT support,
> all versions of Internet Explorer would work going back a long way.
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