langpacks and fonts
jeff.waugh at ubuntu.com
Tue Jan 18 06:23:20 CST 2005
<quote who="Danilo Šegan">
> I actually enjoy being able to read (well, to be honest, look at :)
> Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and other texts with a basic install.
Yeah, this is pretty valid, and it makes a great impression. Perhaps we can
ship good, common CJK fonts, and leave the rest for langpack depends? A
country-specific flavour / derivative will just do the right thing anyway.
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