Spec URL: http://leamas.fedorapeople.org/zocial/zocial-fonts.spec
SRPM URL: http://leamas.fedorapeople.org/zocial/zocial-fonts-0.3-1.fc18.src.rpm
Zocial is a CSS3 social buttons set and vector icons with @font-face as a
Sass mixin and usable as a Compass extension. This package is only the
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* Mon Apr 23 2013 Alec Leamas <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 0.3.1
- Initial release
Or ... 0.3-1 :) But thanks, something went wrong while copy-pasting three packages.
1. As Zocial fonts started as a separate project, are we sure that the MIT licence covers them? I'm just slightly concerned that the font metadata includes the statement: "Copyright 2011 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved."
2. The summary: "A css3 Social Buttons Sass Framework" doesn't describe the font.
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> 1. As Zocial fonts started as a separate project, are we sure that the MIT
> licence covers them? I'm just slightly concerned that the font metadata
> includes the statement: "Copyright 2011 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All
> rights reserved."
I'm on thin ice here, have no more information than what's in the upstream url (https://github.com/adamstac/zocial). That said, a plain copyright from Adobe shouldn't really change anything, should it?
Also, it's obvious that these fonts are handled as "free" on the web, they are sort of wide-spread. Basically, this boils down to that the license markup is wrong since it doesn't mention Adobe, I guess.
Please enlighten a font newbie: how do I display font metadata?
> 2. The summary: "A css3 Social Buttons Sass Framework" doesn't describe the
You are right, will fix (same links)
Finally some progress
First, zocial is not present in http://www.adobe.com/products/type/font-licensing.html. This site seem to cover all fonts which have some kind of restricted use.
There is no other match when looking in the Adobe site for zocial.
I think I have found the ultimate upstream https://github.com/samcollins/css-social-buttons. I have evidence on the web that Adobe has been using this font, but Sam Collins seems to be the original author.
Links updated in-place (but with a changelog this time).
Filing a question to upstream why the Adobe copyright is in the metadata:
https://github.com/samcollins/css-social-buttons/issues/55. That said, I don't see this as a problem right now.
Blocked by fedora-legal: http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/legal/2013-May/002165.html. Closing.