I have a font geek/design question that is a bit outside of the regular Fedora purview.
I'm looking for a good titling font to replace Interstate. Here's the whole
We have this actively written handbook that captures the principles, implementation
methods, and some good stories about applying the open source way beyond just software:
An important goal of that project is that the book contents are not only freely licensed
(CC BY SA 3.0) but the entirety of every tool and design used is equally free. A few
months ago I realized that the site background was made using a non-free font
(Interstate). Since I had otherwise made sure the Red Hat Design team who helped us with
styling provided sources, I was able to fix the non-free state but at the cost of a nice
Ian Weller reminded me today that the Liberation Sans I used just didn't carry the
visual weight of the Interstate. I also realized that the favicon.ico was still
Interstate, so that needs fixing ASAP.
This time though, I'd like to take the time to get the design right. (It's
probably worth it to make the change to Lib Sans just get the freedom status correct, but
I don't want to let ugly sit for long.)
If it helps, here are the sources for the background/logotype and favicon:
Suggestions, patches, etc. welcome.
Thx - Karsten