wread wrote:1.-Do not start unneeded modules!
2.-Strip all executables,
3.-Leave out infos, docs, readmes,
5.-Remove all unneeded Locals.
Like I showed in my thread about GIMP, that can mean a lot. The more complex the GUI is, the more menu entries, and windows with tub-tabs and more sub-tabs it has, the larger get the Locals. And they are plain text and compress quite well, but with programs like GIMP or blender it makes quite the difference in removing unneeded Locals.
Sure, when sharing such a module one should e.g. point out
"This *whatever* version is a stripped down version. I did all this *list* to make the module smaller"
And the list then needs to address all what wread wrote above, and also list what Locals remain, e.g. only the en or only en-US or en-UK one, removing all else... And for other languages e.g. only Korean, French, Japanese or such...