Fonts

google-droid-serif-fonts - A contemporary serif typeface

Website: https://android.googlesource.com/
License: ASL 2.0
Vendor: Alcance Libre, Inc.
Description:
The Droid typeface family was designed in the fall of 2006 by Ascender's
Steve Matteson, as a commission from Google to create a set of system fonts
for its Android platform. The goal was to provide optimal quality and comfort
on a mobile handset when rendered in application menus, web browsers and for
other screen text.
The family was later extended in collaboration with other designers such as
Pascal Zoghbi of 29ArabicLetters.

Droid Serif is a contemporary serif typeface family designed for comfortable
reading on screen. Droid Serif is slightly condensed to maximize the amount of
text displayed on small screens. Vertical stress and open forms contribute to
its readability while its proportion and overall design complement its
companion Droid Sans.
The Arabic block was designed by Pascal Zoghbi of 29ArabicLetters under the
Droid Naskh name.

Packages

google-droid-serif-fonts-20120715-8.fc14.al.noarch [416 KiB] Changelog by Joel Barrios (2019-06-12):
- Install metainfo files under %{_datadir}/metainfo.

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