[Bug 525158] [NEW] Vietnamese Input Method to language-support-input-vi
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Sun Feb 21 05:35:05 GMT 2010
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Dear Ubuntu MOTU Developers ,
I'm a member of Mandatory Opensource Software Translation
project for Vietnamese and a moderator of Ubuntu-VN community.
As far I know that the language-support-input-vi provide scim-
m17n which support Vietnamese input method. But In karmic and lucid this
package "didn't come up with any input method for Vietnamese yet".
Ubuntu-VN community has recently developed an input method for scim and ibus from the most popular open-source Vietnamese input method engine for Windows ( http://unikey.org ).
Scim-unikey and ibus-unikey are stable now, they have been used by many Vietnamese users.
So I think It is good enough to replace scim-m17n for Vietnamese input method because they are smart and have many feature than m17n.
Could you please move ibus-unikey and scim-unikey to main repository and add it to language-support-input-vi? We could easily to help Vietnamese Ubuntu user because it will be default when user install Vietnamese language.
The scim-unikey and ibus-unikey package has been recently imported to universe repository from debian.
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** Affects: language-support-input-vi (Ubuntu)
Assignee: Ubuntu Core Development Team (ubuntu-core-dev)
Vietnamese Input Method to language-support-input-vi
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