Tiresias fonts question
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Hi folks! I recently wrote up a font wishlist page for the Tiresias fonts: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Tiresias_fontsIt turns out I didn't notice that the page had already existed since June 2008, but was blank (check out https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=Tiresias_fonts&action=history)
It also turns out that Tiresias is actually packaged in Fedora! It surprised me because it was in the wishlist list and had no information in its wiki page.
tiresias-fonts-common.noarch : Common files for Tiresias fonts : (documentation...) tiresias-info-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for info terminals for the : visually impaired tiresias-info-z-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for info terminals for the : visually impairedtiresias-key-v2-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for labeling keycaps for the
: visually impaired tiresias-lp-fonts.noarch : Specialized font for large print publications tiresias-pc-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for use on PCs for the visually : impairedtiresias-pc-z-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for use on PCs for the visually
: impaired tiresias-sign-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for preparing signs for the : visually impaired tiresias-sign-z-fonts.noarch : Specialized fonts for preparing signs for the : visually impairedI'm afraid I may have created a mess by filling out that page and I'm wondering what I should do? Should I take off the wishlist tag and add it to the packaged fonts list?
Thanks, ~m _______________________________________________ Fedora-fonts-list mailing list Fedora-fonts-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-fonts-list
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