[Pkg-fonts-devel] Bug#597441: ITP: amiri -- Naskh style, typographically oriented font, mainly for printing and running text.
bubulle at debian.org
Tue Sep 21 04:48:31 UTC 2010
Quoting أحمد المحمودي (aelmahmoudy at sabily.org):
> On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 06:23:24PM +0200, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> > IIRC (I don't have a copy of SVN handy right now), we have
> > README.source in packages/ in SVN, that explains this.
> ---end quoted text---
> Why does the document (& also the wiki) only explain the svn-load tool ?
Oh, mostly because this is what I use myself..:-)
> Anyways, I used the command 'svn-inject' as follows:
> svn-inject <dsc file> svn+ssh://svn.debian.org/svn/pkg-fonts/packages/
Feel free to document this alternative method. No problem...
> Anyways, I got another question, the upstream tarball also contains the
> font in WOFF (Web Open Font Format) & EOT (Embedded OpenType) formats,
> are those of any interest in Debian ?
Frankly....I don't know..:)
Notice: I think it would have been better if you used the source
package name as directory name in SVN. Also, from my perspective you
used the upstream's author *first* name (Khaled) as foundry name
instead of his last name (Hosny)... (to my knowledge, Khaled is an
Arabic first name.....I may be wrong in that case, though).
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