Sun, 16 May 2021 14:57:39 UTC

Information for build gfs-ambrosia-fonts-20080624-23.fc32

ID1468690
Package Namegfs-ambrosia-fonts
Version20080624
Release23.fc32
Epoch
Sourcegit+https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/gfs-ambrosia-fonts.git#96744d060f8a13958b3df78818e0bbb4ce16a778
SummaryGFS Ambrosia, a Greek majuscule font family
DescriptionAs it is known, the Greek alphabet was used in majuscule form for over a millennium before the minuscule letters gradually replaced it until they became the official script in the 9th century A.D. Thereafter, majuscule letters were confined to sparse use as initials or elaborate titles until the Italian Renaissance. The new art of Typography, as well as the need of the humanists to mimic the ancient Greco-Roman period brought back the extensive use of the majuscule letter-forms in both Latin and Greek typography. Greek books of the time were printed using the contemporary Byzantine hand with which they combined capital letters modelled on the Roman antiquity, i.e. with thick and thin strokes and serifs. At the same time the Byzantine majuscule tradition, principally used on theological editions, remainned alive until the early 19th century. GFS Ambrosia has the main characteristics of the majuscule forms of the early Christian tradition. It has been designed by George D. Matthiopoulos.
Built bynim
State complete
Volume DEFAULT
StartedFri, 21 Feb 2020 16:42:43 UTC
CompletedFri, 21 Feb 2020 16:43:40 UTC
Taskbuild (f32-candidate, /rpms/gfs-ambrosia-fonts.git:96744d060f8a13958b3df78818e0bbb4ce16a778)
Extra{'source': {'original_url': 'git+https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/gfs-ambrosia-fonts.git#96744d060f8a13958b3df78818e0bbb4ce16a778'}}
Tags
f32
RPMs
src
gfs-ambrosia-fonts-20080624-23.fc32.src.rpm (info) (download)
noarch
gfs-ambrosia-fonts-20080624-23.fc32.noarch.rpm (info) (download)
Logs
noarch
hw_info.log
root.log
build.log
state.log
mock_output.log
noarch_rpmdiff.json
Changelog * Sat Feb 15 2020 Nicolas Mailhot <nim@fedoraproject.org> - 20080624-23 ✅ Convert to fonts-rpm-macros use