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<p>I'd also consider not shipping a text editor at all.
<br>Nowadays we use rich text editors aka text processors for text. A modern text editor is really a code editor - that's the only use case for it (there's also questionable editing of config files, but I assume Ubuntu Studio already ships proper configs so the user won't have to spend hours editing configs).
<br>And, admit it, neither mousepad nor leafpad are convnient for writing code. So, if you think your users will have to write code, ship Gedit; if you want to provide a basic text editing support for miscellaneous use, ship something from this list: <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DQdBtgo1RDXXo4arN1-4geZ6xJYyKDkdcQNEHAYLMds/edit">https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DQdBtgo1RDXXo4arN1-4geZ6xJYyKDkdcQNEHAYLMds/edit</a>
<br>Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff</p>