Re: Linux Fonts
You might think about whether it would be wise to retain control of
the name of your font, even while allowing other derivative works...
Fonts with unknown contents are much less useful than those with known
contents.... Having a zillion versions under the same name will probably
not help people much... So retaining control of the font of your name
is actually, in my view, a service, rather than a problem...
You can also look at the XFree86 distribution and look at the copyright
that Chuck Bigelow and XFree86 put together for the Lucidux family that
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