[OpenFontLibrary] commercial foundries the licensing boils down to "pay me"
dave at lab6.com
Wed Jun 3 11:46:32 PDT 2009
2009/6/3 <Fontfreedom at aol.com>:
>>For commercial foundries the licensing boils down to "pay me" and thus
>>licensing compliance is de facto checked at the credit card stage.
>>They're not a good model for fonts with non-monetary licensing
> Actually, it's often worse than just "pay me". Even once you've paid, would
> that commercial license allow you to create a derivative font for your own
> specialized needs or desires, even if only used internally? Probably not.
Adobe do, some high end ones don't. Not sure what the overall balance
is. Will ask on Typophile:
More information about the OpenFontLibrary