On 2016-09-22 15:18, Michael Terry wrote:
> Is there another way to solve bug 1625734 than going back to
> Is it possible to split fonts-noto-cjk into smaller chunks for
Yes it is. We did consider doing so last spring, but decided not to;
please see <https://bugs.debian.org/823374>.
For the Z series it would be possible to pick up that idea again. In
that case we would get:
Providing the weights regular and bold; approx. 22 MiB archive space
Providing the other font weights; approx. 50 MiB archive space
fonts-noto-cjk would then require approx. 22 - 2 = 20 MiB more archive
space comapred to fonts-droid-fallback. If that's something which the
server team can 'live with', it's one way to handle this.
> But for yakkety sure, let's promote this again.
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Please include the fonts-android package in Ubuntu's component main.
fonts-android includes the fonts-droid-fallback binary, and as a
result of the discussion at bug 1625734, the server team wants that
libgs9-common, which currently recommends fonts-noto-cjk, is changed
to instead recommend fonts-droid-fallback.
fonts-android is a Debian package and included in Debian's component
main. It was included in Ubuntu's component main between trusty and
I have read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuMainInclusionRequirements,
and haven't found any issues that would prevent the proposed main
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