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Re: Bug#358003: ITP: ttf-dzongkha -- TrueType fonts for Dzongkha language

su, 2006-03-26 kello 13:19 +0200, David Weinehall kirjoitti:
> On Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 02:02:43PM +0300, Lars Wirzenius wrote:
> > This is not what I would call a common use case, but it exists. I've
> > been in the situation once searching for a "Russian" font, when I
> > should've been looking for a "Cyrillic" font, for example. I should've
> > known better, but sometimes it is difficult to come up with the right
> > search terms even when you supposedly know the right ones.
> Wouldn't it be enough to have something like
> "Dzongkha, a language spoken in Bhutan" in the long package description?
> apt-cache search will pick that up.

Yes, that would be enough, and that is what was suggested earlier in the
thread by Drew Parsons[1] and argued against others. I presented my use
case in support of Drew's suggestion. (Christian Perrier already changed
the description, so the problem is solved for this package.)

[1] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=358003;msg=10

Perfectionism is a good way to kill a new project.

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