Re: foobillard package
On Thu, Jan 09, 2003 at 12:07:51PM -0800, Sam Powers wrote:
> It seems to me that the fonts included with foobilliard aren't _exactly_
> non-free, but perhaps debian-legal should look over the license to make a
> final decision on the DFSG-ness of the fonts; I might be wrong, but a
> cursory glance over the README.FONTS file in foobilliard gives me the
> feeling that these fonts may be OK, at least in this context.
Well, since the fonts are already packaged in non-free (ttf-larabie-*), I
assumed this judgement to be valid.
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