I'm installing emacs.
The payload for emacs and related software is 120mb.
That seems silly.
@ajroach42 @GeekDaddy Back when I was interested in Business Card Linux, I managed to get Emacs into the distro by kicking out documentation, source files, fonts, and more. Emacs can be smaller. But nobody wants to spend too much time on it. And when I get Emacs without docs and sources on Debian, I am disappointed, too.
"I generally do not connect to web sites from my own machine, aside from a few sites I have some special relationship with. I usually fetch web pages from other sites by sending mail to a program (see https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/womb/hacks.git) that fetches them, much like wget, and then mails them back to me."
@ajroach42 That sounds high, though haven't checked mine. However, there is so much potential utility there that there is little I wouldn't give up in space to enable it, which I wouldn't say about say, MS Office. Now, is that *everything*? Emacs has a package manager for many add-ons that are selectable.