I'm new to MacTeX, and as I installed by pkg installer MacTeX's installation size SOOOO big that it's about 6GB. I figured out that in
/usr/local/texlive, there are folders like
texmf-dist/doc, which is I guess for documentations that I would not have any chance to read at all, and
/fonts, which includes all the fonts this TeX system may use throughout the process, in which only very some of them I will use in the future. These documentations and fonts takes about 4.8GB out of entire 6GB, which seems so wasteful.
Is it okay to just remove those directories and files in them? In font's case, is it possible to download on-demand later on? I don't think I should store all the fonts ready even if I don't know I'm going to need it.