Fonts in both the installer and X environments are controlled through fontconfig and libfreetype.
This does not attempt to be a complete nor authoritative list. The ultimate record is always the actual SprezzOS repository.
|Package||Font(s)||Creator(s)||Homepage||Description||Google Web Font?|
|fonts-adobe-sourcesanspro||Source Sans Pro||Adobe||http://sourceforge.net/projects/sourcesans.adobe/||"Source Sans is a set of OpenType fonts that have been designed to work well in user interface (UI) environments, as well as in text setting for screen and print."||Y|
|fonts-awesome||Awesome||Dave Gandy||http://fortawesome.github.com/Font-Awesome/||"The iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap."||N|
|fonts-cantarell||Cantarell||Dave Crossland||http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Cantarell||"The typeface is designed as a contemporary Humanist sans serif, and was developed for on-screen reading; in particular, reading web pages on an HTC Dream mobile phone."||Y|
|"Besides a full set of characters for writing systems based on the Latin alphabet, FreeFont contains large selection of characters from other writing systems, some of which are hard to find elsewhere."||N|
|fonts-inconsolata||Inconsolata||Raph Levien||http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Inconsolata||"It is a monospace font, designed for printed code listings and the like."||Y (Superseded)|
|fonts-junicode||Junicode||Peter Baker||http://junicode.sourceforge.net/||"Junicode contains many special characters and ligatures for medievalists, along with numerous other Unicode glyphs. The font has OpenType features for advanced typesetting and includes true small caps.."||N|
|fonts-liberation||Liberation Sans||Steve Matteson (Ascender Corp),
|https://fedorahosted.org/liberation-fonts/||"Liberation™ Fonts is a font family which aims at metric compatibility with Arial, Times New Roman, and Courier New."||N (see "Arimo")|
- Graphics in the SprezzOS Manual
- The Raster Tragedy by Beat Stamm
- High-DPI, Subpixel Text Positioning and Hinting by Behdad Esfahbod
- A Web Designer's Guide to Linux Fonts by Michael Tuck
- Texts Rasterization Exposures by Maxim Shemanarev