Matthias Clasen (mclasen(a)redhat.com) said:
That still leaves the question if we want to do this switch like any
other UI tweak, or tie it to the coming major UX change, the shell.
Peoplea are very sensitive to font changes, so it might be easier to
swallow it if comes coupled with an entirely new UX...
Also note that the shell (in my brief testing) completely ignores
the gnome2 default fonts settings. I'm guessing that's intentional, and
would have to be fixed by swapping the priority to make Droid the default
'sans' match in fontconfig.