@kev I’ve got a couple of self-hosted fonts. I haven’t optimised them - but they aren’t too big (less than 100k all in). I remember reading an argument against self-hosting google fonts - the gist of it being that the popular ones are cached in most peoples browsers anyway, so by self-hosting the same fonts you are actually increasing bandwidth.
At that point I gave up caring. Who knows what the right thing to do is. It’s not like I’m mining bitcoin in the background or something. It’s just a couple of fonts.
I like your fonts 😁
@kev I like your new old fonts! One of your older posts made me investigate free fonts in the first place.
But fonts can take a lot of space. I was surprised when I found out that half of the Onlyoffice installation size was due to fonts.
Could fonts that selfhosted officelike apps need be managed in a more efficient way?
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