Re: .webfont Proposal

John Daggett wrote:

> A generic solution would be fine but what you propose doesn't exist and
> would take a much longer time to agree upon and implement.  I'm not
> really talking about "interpreting" anything, I'm only considering a
> common format for information that is passed through.  Fonts just happen
> to already have a convenient place to put this information, which is not
> necessarily true for other media types.

Yes - and what happens when the details in the license field etc. in the 
font file and details in the license field etc. in the HTML metadata in 
this wrapper don't match?  Which takes precedence?  This looks like a 
recipe for confusion.

Received on Friday, 10 July 2009 03:24:25 UTC