[OpenFontLibrary] [Openfontlibrary] Fonts are software, so use a software license.
mjr at phonecoop.coop
Sun Nov 16 17:50:21 PST 2008
Christopher Fynn <cfynn at gmx.net> wrote:
> I don't know about the US but if you publish a font in the UK, or
> another European country, I think you may want something more than a
> license designed for software. This should also apply to licenses for
> free/open source fonts.
No, a license designed for software seems fine to me in the UK. As I
understand it, the big distinction in CDPA is between programs and
other literary works, not between software and hardcopy works.
MJ Ray (slef)
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