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[Bug 179439] Review Request: linux-libertine-fonts - TrueType serif fonts



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Summary: Review Request: linux-libertine-fonts - TrueType serif fonts


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=179439


kevin tummy com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From kevin tummy com  2006-02-16 00:41 EST -------
Greetings, heres a review:

MUST items:

OK - licence ok (GPL).
OK - no rpmlint output
OK - package name good.
OK - spec file matches.
OK - spec in english.
OK - spec legible.
OK - md5sum matches:
be31789d2bcb0d01f1755491d28d72a3  LinLibertineSRC.tgz
be31789d2bcb0d01f1755491d28d72a3  LinLibertineSRC.tgz.1
OK - compiles and builds under devel.
OK - files and dirs ok.
OK - clean section good.
OK - macros good.
OK - builds ok in mock on devel.

As far as the name goes, that bug refered to in comment #7
says (in part):
"For example Debian uses ttf-fontname for the package names.
Fedora so far uses fontname-fonts.  However, this is a very
minor issue, which could go either way.  Since it is not a
policy it is up to you to decide the package name."

It might be good to post to fedora-extras-list and ask for
some thoughts on font package naming?
That should be added to the wiki on
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging/NamingGuidelines
once it's decided.

Nice looking fonts BTW.

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