./fonts/public-sans [strong, neutral, principles-driven typeface]
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Version: 2.001, Package name: public-sans-2.001
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
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Public Sans is a strong, neutral, principles-driven, open-source typeface
for text or display. Developed by the US government's General Services
Administration, it is a fork of the SIL Open Licensed face Libre Franklin.
Public Sans has many similarities with its parent, but differs in its focus
on longform reading and neutral UI applicability. It takes inspiration from
geometric sans faces of the 20th century, as well as the original Franklins
of the 19th, resulting in something of a mongrel face that retains its
American origin.

Filesize: 4576.808 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2022-05-20) Updated to version: public-sans-2.001
  • (2022-03-21) Updated to version: public-sans-2.000
  • (2020-01-23) Updated to version: public-sans-1.008
  • (2020-01-13) Package added to openports.se, version public-sans-1.007 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2020-05-24 22:30:13 by Anthony J. Bentley | Files touched by this commit (15)
Log message:
Set PKG_ARCH = * in all font ports.
The unmarked ports contained only .ttf, .otf, .pcf, and text files,
all arch-independent.
   2020-05-24 21:40:09 by Anthony J. Bentley | Files touched by this commit (29)
Log message:
Don't install webfonts to /usr/local/share/fonts.
Webfonts are only useful to serve over the web. On OpenBSD, where
/var/www is on a different partition from /usr/local and not visible
from chroot, there's no way for pkg_add to keep these files up to date
once they've been copied to a webserver.
Maybe we'll install webfonts to /var/www in the future. Whether we do or
not, installing them to /usr/local as we do now won't help.
ok sthen@ pamela@ rsadowski@
   2020-01-23 06:47:18 by Benoit Lecocq | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update to public-sans-1.008 from George Rosamond, thanks.