(please keep CC again in answers, thanks) Quoting Paul Wise (firstname.lastname@example.org): > I'm no expert, but there doesn't appear to be any permission to > modify, trivially non-free. Yes. That seems to be the major blocker. Do others see any other needs for that "license" to be considered free? Since I sent the initial mail in this thread, we got confirmation that Fedora had the exact same concerns about this font, which finally has never been packaged for it.
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