Open Font Librarywikipedia
Open Font Library is a project devoted to hosting and encouraging the creation of fonts released under Free Licenses.
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Libre Graphics Meeting

Libre Graphics Meeting 2011
Originally created as an initiative in 2006, the project relaunched on May 12, 2011 at the Libre Graphics Meeting 2011 in Montreal by Fabricatorz developer Christopher Adams.
Communities from Inkscape, GIMP, Krita, Scribus, sK1, Blender, Open Clip Art Library, Open Font Library, and more come together through the Create Project to assemble this annual conference.

Aiki Framework

Fabricatorz built the project on the Aiki Framework and managed development via Launchpad.
The Fabricatorz global production company was its commercial steward and has used it to build Open Clip Art Library 3.0 and the now public Open Font Library.

Openclipart

Open Clip Art Library
It is a sister project to Openclipart and hosts over 6000 fonts from over 250 contributors.

Create Project

Some of the many groups that come together under this project include Blender, GIMP, Inkscape, Scribus, Audacity, Open Clip Art Library, Open Font Library and the Aiki Framework which produce creative content, one of the major ways these groups come together is through the Libre Graphics Meeting which is hosted by the Create Project.

Font

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Open Font Library is a project devoted to hosting and encouraging the creation of fonts released under Free Licenses.

Open content

open contentopen-contentopen licence
Open Font Library is a project devoted to hosting and encouraging the creation of fonts released under Free Licenses.

Gratis versus libre

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The Open Font Library also hosts a mailing list through which font developers discuss ways to improve libre fonts.

CcHost

ccHost
The site was started with a deployment of ccHost version 4, and in 2008 Dave Crossland made a funding campaign that raised over US$10,000 from Mozilla, Prince XML, River Valley and TUG to transition to ccHost 5 with a new brand to promote web font linking.

Mozilla

MozillaMozilla SuiteMozilla Labs
The site was started with a deployment of ccHost version 4, and in 2008 Dave Crossland made a funding campaign that raised over US$10,000 from Mozilla, Prince XML, River Valley and TUG to transition to ccHost 5 with a new brand to promote web font linking.

Prince (software)

PrincePrince XML + CSS formatter
The site was started with a deployment of ccHost version 4, and in 2008 Dave Crossland made a funding campaign that raised over US$10,000 from Mozilla, Prince XML, River Valley and TUG to transition to ccHost 5 with a new brand to promote web font linking.

TeX

TUGT E Xmathematics mode
The site was started with a deployment of ccHost version 4, and in 2008 Dave Crossland made a funding campaign that raised over US$10,000 from Mozilla, Prince XML, River Valley and TUG to transition to ccHost 5 with a new brand to promote web font linking.

Launchpad (website)

LaunchpadLaunchpad serviceCanonical's Launchpad
Fabricatorz built the project on the Aiki Framework and managed development via Launchpad.