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Re: New category needed for compsXML: i18n

Ryo Dairiki wrote:
> Patrice Dumas wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 at 05:02:27PM +0900, Ryo Dairiki wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I'm thinking of writing compsXML for SCIM related packages,
>>> and I need a new category like "I18n" or "Internationalization" for
>>> them.
>>> Where can I request it? Or just posting here is enough?
>> I am fairly ignorant on that subject, but aren't I18n related packages
>> like libraries, and pulled as dependencies by the apps that use them?
>> Are they of use by themselves?
>> -- 
>> Pat
> Not, really.
> There are some extra packages in that category.
> For example, special input methods, and special composing dictionaries.
> I own "scim-skk", which is yet another input method for Japanese.
> As you know, the default input method for Japanese in Fedora is
> "scim-anthy",
> which is installed by dependencies on Japanese environments.
> But there are some people who prefer scim-skk to scim-anthy.
> For such people, scim-skk must shown in the list of apps to install.
> Just installed by dependencies is not a good idea.
> Ryo Dairiki

I could use such a catagory too (I think) gcompris comes with many
subpackages which contain spoken sound in different languages. I've been
reluctant to add all the gcompris-sounds-xx packages too comps because I
don't want to polute the education comps group with those, but I do feel
they should be in comps so users can install them without using the
commandline, any other suggestions for this problem are welcome.



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