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Thanks for making this font! I’m using the TTF version on my local system and the WOFF versions on my Web site. I noticed a small flaw with the article’s page. At the bottom, it says

> Unless otherwise stated, source code printed in this article is licensed under a CC0 1.0 License.

CC0 is a public domain dedication, not a license. See

(Disclaimer: I’m not a lawyer. This isn’t legal advise.)

That text at the bottom is generated from a template. I agree it doesn’t make complete sense. However, I live in Europe: I can’t even legally waive my copyrights. So, it’s more of a statement of intent to use the Public Domain deed as a license/contract under which the work can be used. Which is why I include my name and the copyright statement along with the link to the CC0 deed. (I’m not aware of any better options.)