Salam, Quoting أحمد المحمودي (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: wnpp > Severity: wishlist > Owner: "أحمد المحمودي" <email@example.com> > > > * Package name : amiri > Version : 0.001 > Upstream Author : Khaled Hosny <firstname.lastname@example.org> > * URL : http://naskh.sf.net > * License : OFL > Programming Lang: N/A > Description : Naskh style, typographically oriented font, mainly for printing and running text Could you reconsider the naming of the font? The current practice for packages providinf TrueType and/or OpenType fonts is naming them ttf-<foundry>-<font>. The "ttf-" prefix is very widely used while the <foundry>-<font> is not as widely used.... Some people proposed we use a "font-" or "fonts-" prefix (used in Fedora) to avoid naming "ttf-foo" something that provides OTF fonts. We could probably start with your package as it is obviously intended for wheezy and not squeeze. That would lead to something like "font-hosny-amiri" by using the upstream author's first name as "foundry" name.
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