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Subject [Bug 55383] Improve markup and design of Tomcat's HTML pages
Date Sun, 01 Dec 2013 16:11:13 GMT

--- Comment #53 from Konstantin Preißer <> ---
Hi Konstantin,
thank you for the review.

(In reply to Konstantin Kolinko from comment #52)
> (In reply to Konstantin Preißer from comment #49)
> > 
> > [1]
> The *.woff that you committed in r1546663 - where do they come from?
> I am worried whether we need to add some attribution if we are
> redistributing them,
> and how do we get updates for them if there are any.

I took the .woff files by going to [3], selecting the needed fonts, and then
opening the generated CSS link [4].

This is a Google-generated CSS that contains links to .ttf, .woff and other
formats depending on the browser. I then downloaded the .woff ones.

If there's a problem with taking these .woff files directly, I think it should
be possible to use some tool to convert the .ttf to .woff files (but then one
needs to take care not include only specific characters of the font, to reduce
the file size).

> Thus far I have two trails
> a) Google Code repository for Google Fonts project, [2].
> There are *.ttf files.
> b) I went to [1] clicked on "Open Open Sans in Google Fonts" which navigated
> to [3].
> At [3] I click "download" button (a small "down arrow" button at the
> top-right part of the page). It downloads a 1.2Mb zip that contains 10 *.ttf
> files and LICENSE.txt (a copy of Apache License 2.0).
> [2]
> [3]
> So thus far
> 1. It is clear that the files are covered by Apache License 2.0
> 2. There is no NOTICE file
> 3. These are *.ttf files, not *.woff ones.


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