I believe SliTaz should have more in the way of font packages, maybe even a "
fonts" category (instead of
Why? Because fonts are (depending on character set coverage) small and a quick way to make things look nice. It's like icon packages in that sense but smaller, and hey we're looking at text most of the time.
Also, fonts do not have exploits - it's ok to have a bunch of out-dated fonts. That said, making font packages is pretty easy, you can just edit a
receipt template, put files in the
tazpkg pack (that's how I make my personal packages).
So in the way of contributing to this, here is a font-family that is kind of massive and IMHO the most prominent of the open-fonts world, the Ubuntu font. It looks awesome too.
More about it here: http://font.ubuntu.com/
P.S.: This is a particularly big font family, with several weights, and even has a monospaced variant in it, and covers many character sets like Greek and Cyrillic. It could be broken down into
ubuntu-font-extra (light/medium weights besides the basic regular/bold) and
ubuntu-font-mono, I just didn't bother. And, all that combined is just 1.3 MB :)