By respecting users' freedom, you incentivise them to take care of the project, because it then belongs to each user; no documentation or support from the initial author but a libre license enables anyone to write that documentation or provide that support. WordPress is the most famous case study of this kind of succession.Jack Jennings said:While that may be true, no documentation or support kind of makes the OSS component fairly useless. You might as well not release it at all to be quite honest.
Do what you think looks right, not what you reason should be rightSimon Cozens said:
I feel like the thin /C is a bit overcompressed, but if I widen it, it would be wider than the semibold, which seems wrong.