[Openfontlibrary] more updates on Open Font Library
gww at silcom.com
Mon Oct 23 11:52:43 PDT 2006
On Mon, 2006-10-23 at 04:54, Dave Crossland wrote:
> Here's something curious: In the USA typefaces are not copyrightable,
> because some old dead dudes said the alphabet was de facto public, and
> outside the scope of copyright.
"The" alphabet was public? The world has expanded so we now have several
alphabets to choose... Are all alphabets public do you think, or only
the latin one?
Does anyone have a reference to the exact quote? I couldn't figure out
how to refine the search sufficiently for google to be useful.
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