W3C now has a press release on WOFF, which I discussed in an earlier post. The abbreviation WOFF has now acquired a name (the rather feeble “Web Open File Format”), and there’s a FAQ.
Previously it sounded like an interchange format to me. Now apparently it’s a format for use by Web browsers.
Web Open FONT Format?
You’d think so, wouldn’t you?
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