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> One question, does the W3C/Safari mechanism meet with your approval? If so what’s the feeling about readme.txt files being separated from raw fonts posted on the Web? I would have thought that would be a major problem for many freeware and open-source font designers?

I'm not sure yet. When a revenue model becomes apparent to me it might be more obvious. I have some clients who I've allowed free access to Typodermic fonts for similar use in exchange for displaying the original font names to the user hopefully increasing brand recognition. When it comes to my freeware fonts, I'm more reluctant to allow them to be used that way. Brand recognition for Larabie Fonts typefaces is worth about zero dollars or less.

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