El 06-10-2015 05:50, Gabriele Ponzo escribió:
I'm not informed on that specifically, but usually forks are made for
license issues, so that may be the "problem".
Liberation fonts 2.0 (SIL open font license1.1) is a fork of google
croscore fonts, due to the initial license of "liberation fonts" (GPL v2):
Try comparing Google and Liberation Fonts licenses if you wish, and if
you'll do please report to us as well.
I'd appreciate, at least ;)
Google croscore fonts they are licensed under ASL 2.0 (LibreOffice
supports). Currently the google crosextra fonts are included with
From my point of view, it is not a licensing issue, however, the superior
quality of the google fonts think they should be included as standard in
LibreOffice for the benefit of their users.
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