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Re: Re: gcin FC4 and FC3 branch


Althrough Fedora Core provides SCIM for CJK InputMethod, but the scim
still not good enough for Traditional Chinese people to use it. (Most
of Traditional Chinese people, especially in Taiwan, prefer gcin than
So my reason to request gcin branch for FC-3 and FC-4 is simple.
Now I still maintain and package the gcin for FC5 FC4 FC3 and RHEL4 on
cle.linux.org.tw. (People can download gcin from
Because I want to make it easy to use gcin for those people still
using FC-3 and FC-4, so I request FC-3 FC-4 branch, too.
If branch for FC-3 and FC-4 is really discouraged, it is OK.
I will give up to request it. (I can just put FC3 and FC4 RPMs on

Thanks a lot

Chung-Yen Chang

2006/8/24, Paul Howarth <paul city-fan org>:
PFJ wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-08-24 at 08:34 -0500, Mike McGrath wrote:
>> A request has been made for an FC4 and FC3 branch of gcin.  Has this
>> request been approved by the FESco?
>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/CVSSyncNeeded
> Not sure they have to be approved by FESco as they really now come under
> Legacy.

FC-3 and FC-4 branches *do* need FESCo approval, as described on the
CVSSyncNeeded page referenced above:

   FC-3 and FC-4 branches require FESCo approval and are generally
   discouraged -- see  EOL policy for details.

It would be prudent for the package maintainer to justify this request
in the review ticket for the package concerned if it has not already
been done.


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