[theme-reviewers] First review and I'm lost - font license

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Fri Oct 11 23:09:50 UTC 2013

I agree on there being some form of standardized structure. As a new  
theme author I'd really find something like this useful, as might  
others. Also, hopefully it'll help make reviewers lives easier.

Quoting Justin Tadlock <justin at justintadlock.com>:

> Just as a general rule for myself, whenever I bundle resources like  
> fonts, I usually do them like the following (Genericons example):
>     /fonts
>         /genericons
>             /genericons-regular-webfont.eot
>             /genericons-regular-webfont.svg
>             /genericons-regular-webfont.ttf
>             /genericons-regular-webfont.woff
>             /license.txt
> It's so much easier to find the appropriate license that way.  Not  
> to mention, other theme authors can do a direct copy-paste of that  
> entire folder and have everything they need for their own theme.
> If everyone would follow that, it make life a lot easier.  Of  
> course, I'm always fine with stating the font/resource license in  
> the theme's readme.txt, but it'd be nice if we promoted using some  
> sort of standard convention like the above.
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