My personal favs when it comes to F/LOS type offerings
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A Libre Font List.

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When people see type that they feel could be improved, if it is in the public domain they are free to do so. With the development of free software font editors, everyone has access to the necessary tools. Now the obstacle is that the knowledge of how to develop and refine type is not freely available.
— David Crossland

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End result of a thread on twitter: https://twitter.com/imagineterrain/status/1017789533390286849

And, outcomes of explorations and thinking from a course I ran in Spring of 2018 — Special Topics in Graphic Design: Open Source at the Maryland Institute College of Art.

My personal favs when it comes to F/LOS type offerings

A more general listing of any and all interesting finds I've come across can be found on Are.na:
https://www.are.na/kristian-bjornard/libretype

And, look at, test, download, etc. at: