> It depends on what our default desktop looks like. > > While ttf-unfonts is a much better choice in antialiased environment > (GNOME/KDE) or for printing, it's almost unusable in non-antialiased > environment (ie. traditional X apps). That's why baekmuk is used in > bf-utf-source, while ttf-unfonts is used for G-I. If we can just ignore > such traditional apps in the default desktop installation, it's ok to > drop ttf-baekmuk and xfonts-baekmuk. I think it's clear, thanks for your answer. Based on Changwoo's answer, I suggest we keep baekmuk in korean-desktop. There are enough "traditionnal" X apps to make this package still useful enough for Korean-speaking users.
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