Thank you for your feedback. I didn't receive any replies from Irene so I assume she shares your concerns. So I'm thinking of modifying my proposal to target some fonts from https://fonts.google.com as you originally mentioned. I'm familiar with font editing, but I have no previous work to demonstrate, other than the few Tahoma glyphs that I uploaded in https://github.com/artemisge/gsoc2019/. Would it make sense for me to select a font from https://fonts.google.com and prepare some glyphs, to show the quality of my work? If so, any suggestion on which one? Kind regards, Artemis Στις Τρί, 26 Μαρ 2019 στις 12:50 π.μ., ο/η Alexios Zavras <zvr+gsoc [ at ] zvr [ dot ] gr> έγραψε: > > Irene is the primary mentor for this task, > but I personally think this is not a worthwhile task. > > Wine can easily get Greek letters if they use another font > that contains the appropriate glyphs and call than "Tahoma" > (which of course violates a Microsoft trademark). > There is a number of suitable fonts, and I am sure > some of them could be made metric-compatible > to the original Tahoma without resulting into unreadable mess... > > The idea behind the task is to enhance typefaces > like the ones found in https://fonts.google.com (among others) > which are widely used and not application-specific. >
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