There are people who design typefaces for a living, and we want them to make money off of something that they do well. There's still a place in that business for open-source.
We want type foundries and typographers to start thinking,. We all have a responsibility to our peers: to support each other, encourage each other, teach each other, and empower each other.
As a user, everyone is welcome to browse, download, and use our collection of hand-picked typefaces. You're allowed to modify all our fonts, and if you made tweaks and changes to the typefaces, any new typefaces resulting from it must be licensed under the same terms. That way all our work can always be open.
For a better understanding, we urge you to peruse our human-readable licenses , or read from the Open Font Library Wiki. As founders of The League, we use our best judgement whether or not to add a typeface to our collection.
That being said, we work hard to promote the great work of anyone who has something to share with the community, on twitter , in our weekly newsletters , and anywhere else we get the chance. If you're interested in talking about contributing an open-source font you've made, are working on, or would like to make — email us. It includes, us, the Founders, as well as the all important Contributors, and those interested in participating and supporting the movement.
The research strand in The Potteries offered an opportunity for reflection from both the macro perspective of the Heritage Lottery Fund as a funder and the micro perspective of a small project they funded, The Potteries Tile Trail. The discussions in Stoke-on-Trent made visible the crucial role of local heritage catalysts — those who can connect people and resources — and the power of not waiting for permission but just getting on and doing-heritage-yourself.
The local focus for this research strand was The Potteries Tile Trail, a community and crowd-sourced virtual collection of tiles and architectural ceramics found in buildings and public spaces throughout Stoke-on-Trent and further afield.
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This has been invaluable to my professional practice, particularly in stimulating ideas of how HLF might invest differently to enable people to take ownership of their heritage and realise their vision for the future. The conversations focused on the effects Heritage Lottery Fund support has had in encouraging and enabling grassroots led heritage activity over the last 20 years.
Danny, Helen and Karen — along with others in the research group — identified valuable examples of heritage activism that simply would not have happened had it not been for an HLF-funding. Because you are magnificent. You are worthy. You are whoever you want to be.
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