On Sun, Nov 16, 2014 at 12:35 AM, Dave Crossland <dave(a)lab6.com> wrote:
Silly me on phone, trying again
Is not abandonware, I am working with Google and the font developers, we
rereleased under ofl and are putting all the source files to github next
Dear Dave ,
Thanks for the update
I mean state department is not maintaining it after release , because the
government does not exist now after state division .
On 15 Nov 2014 20:03, "Dave Crossland"
> Is not abandonware, I am writing with Google and the font developers, we
> retrograde under ofl and are putting all source to github next week :)
> On 15 Nov 2014 14:50, "Anivar Aravind" <anivar.aravind(a)gmail.com>
>> NotoSansfonts also need to be added to most of the languages
>> There another query related to some telugu fonts.
>> Govt of Andhrapradesh released a set of fonts before the state division
>> under GPL (without font exception) . It is available at
. After state division it is abandon
>> But now same fonts are published in Google webfonts early access under
>> OFL . So which one we need to depend for packaging ?
>> Which is the upstream and which is the license ?
>> I havnt checked these fonts in detail and i hope same authors published
>> it in Google webfonts
>> The list of fonts are below
>> Sree Krushnadevaraya (Telugu)
>> Suranna (Telugu)
>> Suravaram (Telugu)
>> Tenali Ramakrishna (Telugu)
>> Dhurjati (Telugu)
>> Gidugu (Telugu)
>> Gurajada (Telugu)
>> Lakki Reddy (Telugu)
>> Mallanna (Telugu)
>> Mandali (Telugu)
>> NATS (Telugu)
>> NTR (Telugu)
>> Peddana (Telugu)
>> Ramabhadra (Telugu)
>> Ravi Prakash (Telugu)
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