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Re: splitting root floppy by languages

Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> writes:

> After watching translations eat up some 50 kilobytes that I freed on the
> root floppy 2 weeks ago, I give up. I'm splitting this floppy into
> language or region specific floppies. So far I have one for Asian
> languages with zh_TW zh_CN ja ko (and en) on it. That works well because
> its not too many languages, but lots of symbols, so the font file gets
> quite small on the root floppy without these. Are there any other
> obvious sets of languages I could split off, either now or later when it
> fills up again? Maybe Scandanavian languages or something.. A group of
> 10 languages would be just about ideal.
> -- 
> see shy jo

Can you put all 8bit languages (about everything with latin chars,
everything that work in text mode) on one set or is that to big? Not
having the chinese or japanese chars should reduce the fonts


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