Subject: Re: Open Font License -- default accept or not?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg Troxel <email@example.com>
Date: 11/05/2007 09:58:35
the SIL Open Font License is considered to be a special purpose Free
Software License (on the FSF list) for fonts. Due to the special nature,
it differs from GPL and BSD license in a number of areas, one critical
difference being that selling the font alone is prohibited. It is
This is odd, but
permitted to sell aggregated work containing such a font though.
to me, the key point is that it is approved by the FSF.
I don't think this warrants any NO_*_ON_* and I don't think it warrants
requiring special acceptance, so I would like to add it to the default
list of acceptable licenses.
I agree, and I think you should go ahead and add it.