./fonts/work-sans [typeface based loosely on early Grotesques]
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Version: 2.010, Package name: work-sans-2.010
Maintained by: George Rosamond
Master sites:
Work Sans is a 9 weight typeface family based loosely on early
Grotesques, i.e. Stephenson Blake, Miller & Richard and Bauerschen
Giesserei. The core of the fonts are optimised for on-screen
medium-sized text usage (14px-48px), but still can be used in print
well. The fonts at the extreme weights are designed more for display
use. Overall, features are simplified and optimised for screen
resolutions, for example, diacritic marks are larger than how they
would be in print.

Filesize: 112129.127 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2020-08-24) Updated to version: work-sans-2.010
  • (2020-01-13) Package added to openports.se, version work-sans-1.6 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2020-08-24 03:36:21 by Anthony J. Bentley | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Update to work-sans-2.010.
From George Rosamond (maintainer); thanks!
   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@