On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 02:11:40AM +0200, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Jens-Ulrik Petersen wrote:
> > Failing all this should we drop the Serif fonts for Japanese and Korean -
> > but it seems unfair to single them out?
> So just drop ALL the CJK Serif fonts, and also the monospace ones (CJK Sans
> is essentially monospaced anyway), bringing us back to where we were in F26
> (except that we were also using smaller fonts than Noto there, may be worth
> reverting to those, too).
> And IMHO the KDE and LXQt Spins should revert to shipping only
> wqy-microhei-fonts and no other CJK fonts. They never promised CJK support
> beyond "we can bring up SOME rendering for every character of the typical
> SC/TC/J/K text" (and the support is and has always been read-only anyway, no
> input methods).
While we at it, let's drop all latin fonts, too. Cyrillic should be
enable to cover most of the world's usage and is quite similar to basic
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