Ubuntu Linux font takes flight in Maverick
From the 'Talk To Me Goose' files:
Ubuntu is out this week with the release candidate for Ubuntu 10.10, loaded with all kinds of Linux goodness including a new kernel and updated applications up and down the stack.
From a user-facing desktop perspective, there is one key thing that jumped out at me immediately - the new font. That's right, Ubuntu has its own font and it's the default for the desktop now too.
I personally like the new Ubuntu font that I'll likely will use it for any Ubuntu specific post I blog about. The Ubuntu font is the default in Maverick, but it's also just a regular OpenType font that can run on any distro (or even Windows) and through the magic of @font-face, on any modern browser as well.