Linux.com: Checking Out the New Open Font Library
Apr 02, 2007, 10:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The Open Font Library (OFL) is an offshoot of the Open Clip Art
Library (OCAL) and Inkscape. Just beginning to get underway, its
creation reflects the growing demand for fonts released under a
free license, as well as the emergence of a free font community of
designers in the last year and a half.
"Jon Phillips, a community developer at Creative Commons who
helps coordinate the OFL, says that at first he was reluctant to
create the new site. 'It's really easy to get out of control and do
a lot of different projects, which is not good for the community,'