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Re: Free/Open Source fonts



Fonts--whether protected by copyright or not--are open source by
nature, as everyone can see how they are made and make their own with
suitable tools.

Taking a copyright-protected font for the artwork will not conflict
the open source values of Fedora.

Cheers,
a


On 9/21/05, Steven Garrity <stevelist silverorange com> wrote:
> There has been some debate as to whether we should limit ourselves to a
> freely-licensed font for the Fedora identity. I would suggest that this
> be decided upon first - independent of the logo/wordmark idea - then,
> the designers can work within known constraints.
> 
> Steven Garrity
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