These are the Font Licenses that we're aware of. If your license is not in this list, and you'd like to know if it is appropriate for Fedora, please email the details to email@example.com (note that this list is moderated, only members may directly post).
The GPL is also a valid license for fonts. Refer to the Software Licensing table for the correct short name identifiers.
Fedora recommends that font authors and foundries use the SIL Open Font License:
|SIL Open Font License 1.1 http://scripts.sil.org/cms/sites/nrsi/media/OFL_logo_rect_color.png
Here is a list of additional Font Licenses that are also OK for Fedora. If your license is not in this list, and you'd like to know if it is appropriate for Fedora, please email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a list of Font licenses which are NOT OKAY for Fedora. Nothing in Fedora should be using these licenses. They're either non-free, deprecated, or have usage/distribution restrictions.
|DIP SIPA Font License
|Restrictions on modification
|Larabie Fonts License
|Literat Font License
|Ubuntu Font License
|Poorly written, cannot actually use fonts