fonts-sil-mingzat 1.100-1 source package in Ubuntu


fonts-sil-mingzat (1.100-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
  * debian/rules: Do not compress html and css files.
  * debian/source/lintian-overrides: For HTML example file.
  * Update Standards to 4.6.2 (checked)

 -- Bobby de Vos <email address hidden>  Tue, 16 Jan 2024 10:43:16 -0700

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fonts-sil-mingzat: Unicode font for the Lepcha script

 Mingzat is based on Jason Glavy's JG Lepcha font which was a custom-encoded
 font. His design is used with his generous permission. He also agreed
 to allow the font to be released under the SIL Open Font License (OFL).
 The goal for this product was to provide a single Unicode-based font
 that would contain all Lepcha characters. In addition, there is provision
 for other Latin characters and symbols. This font makes use of
 state-of-the-art font technologies (Graphite and OpenType) to support the
 need for conjuncts and to position arbitrary combinations of Lepcha glyphs
 and combining marks optimally.
 One font from this typeface family is included in this release:
  * Mingzat Regular
 Webfont versions and HTML/CSS examples are also available.
 The full font sources are publicly available at
 An open workflow is used for building, testing and releasing.