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Bytecode Alliance: Building a secure by default, composable future for WebAssembly

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    ainar-g
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    While we're at it, does anybody know what kind of fond does Lin Clark use for her comics? I really like how it looks, and it fits nicely with the xkcd-ish stick-figure style, which I also enjoy.

    While we're at it, does anybody know what kind of fond does Lin Clark use for her comics? I really like how it looks, and it fits nicely with the xkcd-ish stick-figure style, which I also enjoy.

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      Deimos
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      I think it might be these xkcd fonts: https://github.com/ipython/xkcd-font If not, they seem quite close.

      I think it might be these xkcd fonts: https://github.com/ipython/xkcd-font

      If not, they seem quite close.

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      1. ainar-g
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        Thanks, I've compared some words, and it doesn't seem to be it. The font Lin uses is taller and more straight. I've found this old tweet, which implies that that might be a custom font. If so, alas.

        Thanks, I've compared some words, and it doesn't seem to be it. The font Lin uses is taller and more straight. I've found this old tweet, which implies that that might be a custom font. If so, alas.

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