Gentium License Loosened

The unicode font that I just totally dig, Gentium, has been released under a free/open-source license. The groovy thing about this is that it can now be packaged commercially without having to go through the hassle of permissions and all that, it seems.

I totally dig both the English and Greek glyphs in this font. If you’re not familiar with it, check it out. It’s free!

Comments

Brandon Wason (11/29/2005 8:25 PM)

This is good news indeed. Gentium is by far the font I use most frequently. I was first turned on to it by Rod Decker’s Unicode page where he highly suggests it as well.

Eric Sowell (11/29/2005 8:56 PM)

I don’t remember where I first heard about it, but I’m glad I did!