[Pkg-fonts-devel] Bug#597441: ITP: amiri -- Naskh style, typographically oriented font, mainly for printing and running text.
aelmahmoudy at sabily.org
Tue Sep 21 06:56:47 UTC 2010
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 06:48:31AM +0200, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> > 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...
Done in the wiki, thanks.
> > 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..:)
Well, I did a search on Debian, and I didn't find any .woff files, so I
will assume that the answer for my question is no.
> 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).
Well, I decided to let the source package name match to that of the
upstream (ie. amiri), hence the source package name is the same as the
directory name in SVN.
As for the foundry name In your first reply to my email, you said:
> That would lead to something like "font-hosny-amiri" by using the
> upstream author's first name as "foundry" name.
So when you said "using author's first name" yet you used the name
'hosny', I guessed that you may have thought that his first name was
Hosny. Anyways, I have fixed that now on SVN.
أحمد المحمودي (Ahmed El-Mahmoudy)
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