TruFont is a streamlined and hackable font editor. À l’ancienne.
The one thing I've noticed as I've moved more and more to FLOSS solutions is the extent to which everything is made with developers as end users in mind. Like one totally ubiquitous thing is describing an application substantially or primarily by the tools used to create it. One example that stuck in my mind is trufont, which is described as
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