Takao Fujiwara | 1 Jul 09:58 2011
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IBus Bridge HotKeys

Now IBus bridge hotkeys feature is available with ibus-1.3.99.20110419-7 in Fedora 15 and rawhide.

It can define the IM trigger keys in each IBus engine and shows keyboard layouts and input methods in the same
list on IBus icon status menu.
So now trigger keys on ibus-setup is no longer used and the default is Control + Space.
If you'd like to add another trigger keys, you could define it with hotkeys tag in
/usr/share/ibus/component/*.xml .

If you find any problems, please file a bug with https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora

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     IBus Bridge HotKeys <http://desktopi18n.wordpress.com/2011/07/01/ibus-bridge-hotkeys/>

via DesktopI18N's Blog <http://desktopi18n.wordpress.com> by fujiwara on 7/1/11

I added a new feature of a bridge hotkey in Fedora 15 and rawhide. You need IBus 1.3.99.20110419-7 or later
for this feature.

# yum install --enablerepo=updates-testing ibus ibus-gnome3
# rpm -q ibus
ibus-1.3.99.20110419-7.fc15

If you focus on a text application, the default keyboard layout (en) is enabled below.
Enabled the default keyboard layout

<http://desktopi18n.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/ibus-bridge-hotkeys1.png>

And if you type Control + Space key, IBus switches the IBus engines from the default keyboard layout (en) to
the first input method (anthy) below.
Switch a keyboard layout to an input method with Control + Space key.
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Akira TAGOH | 7 Jul 04:37 2011
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today's i18n meeting


Hi,

This is just kindly a reminder for today's i18n meeting:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/I18N/Meetings/2011-07-07

Please feel free to update the agenda or reply on this mail
if you have anything else.

Cheers,
--
Akira TAGOH

Hi,

This is just kindly a reminder for today's i18n meeting:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/I18N/Meetings/2011-07-07

Please feel free to update the agenda or reply on this mail
if you have anything else.

Cheers,
--
Akira TAGOH
Parag Nemade | 7 Jul 14:23 2011
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Fonts for Saurashtra and Meetei Mayek script are available in Fedora

FYI,
      Fonts for Saurashtra and Meetei Mayek script are available in 
Fedora 15 and 16. The package names for these fonts are pagul-fonts and 
tabish-eeyek-fonts respectively.

Regards,
Parag.

A S Alam | 15 Jul 17:34 2011
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Fwd: font question


-------- ਅਸਲੀ ਸੁਨੇਹਾ --------
ਵਿਸ਼ਾ: font question
ਮਿਤੀ: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 07:22:03 -0400
ਵਲੋਂ: Neal Becker <ndbecker2 <at> gmail.com>
ਜਵਾਬ ਦਿਓ: KDE on Fedora discussion <kde <at> lists.fedoraproject.org>
ਵੱਲ: kde <at> lists.fedoraproject.org
Followup-To: gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.kde

I just noticed this.  In 66-lohit-devanagari.conf, it says:

<alias>
   <family>Lohit Devanagari</family>
   <default>
     <family>sans-serif</family>
   </default>
</alias>

Does that mean this font declares itself an alias for sans-serif?  Seems 
a bit
rude.

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Parag Nemade | 19 Jul 11:23 2011
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Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

Hi,
      I am happy to announce the release of Inscript2 keymaps.

What is Inscript2?
--------------------------------
This project contains 22 Enhanced Inscript(Inscript2) keyboard layouts 
for Indic languages. These are m17n keyboard layouts and are based on 
the draft released by CDAC. Currently, the draft can be downloaded from 
http://pune.cdac.in/html/gist/down/inscript_d.asp.

Project homepage => https://fedorahosted.org/inscript2/

Where can I get it ?
------------------------------
https://fedorahosted.org/releases/i/n/inscript2/inscript2-20110719.tar.gz

Where to report problems?
------------------------------
Please report any issues at https://fedorahosted.org/inscript2/newticket

Regards,
Parag.

Santhosh Thottingal | 19 Jul 11:49 2011
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Re: Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

On Tue, July 19, 2011 2:53 pm, Parag Nemade wrote:
> Hi,
>       I am happy to announce the release of Inscript2 keymaps.
>
> What is Inscript2?
> --------------------------------
> This project contains 22 Enhanced Inscript(Inscript2) keyboard layouts
> for Indic languages. These are m17n keyboard layouts and are based on
> the draft released by CDAC. Currently, the draft can be downloaded from
> http://pune.cdac.in/html/gist/down/inscript_d.asp.

AFAIK, The draft is under review and not approved so far. There are
serious criticism on the draft raised by community(eg:
http://wiki.smc.org.in/CDAC-Inscript-Critique)

Don't we need to wait till the standard is approved and it move out of
"Draft" status?

-Santhosh

sankarshan | 19 Jul 12:06 2011
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Re: Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 3:19 PM, Santhosh Thottingal
<santhosh.thottingal <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> AFAIK, The draft is under review and not approved so far. There are
> serious criticism on the draft raised by community(eg:
> http://wiki.smc.org.in/CDAC-Inscript-Critique)
>
> Don't we need to wait till the standard is approved and it move out of
> "Draft" status?

Even though the draft is under review and, has received critical notes
from the Malayalam community, doesn't an implementation allow the
flaws to be demonstrated ? An experiment is, in the end, an optimal
way to prove or, disprove a conjecture.

--

-- 
sankarshan mukhopadhyay
<http://sankarshan.randomink.org/blog>
Santhosh Thottingal | 19 Jul 12:17 2011
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Re: Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

On Tue, July 19, 2011 3:36 pm, sankarshan wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 3:19 PM, Santhosh Thottingal
>> Don't we need to wait till the standard is approved and it move out of
>> "Draft" status?
>
> Even though the draft is under review and, has received critical notes
> from the Malayalam community, doesn't an implementation allow the
> flaws to be demonstrated ? An experiment is, in the end, an optimal
> way to prove or, disprove a conjecture.

Are we releasing the experimental version(or implementations with flaws)
to public? It is good to have implementations to demonstrate the draft
standard. But if that is the case, it should be clearly mentioned in the
announcement. This kind of announcement misleading. Users will start using
and learning a wrong keymap.

Santhosh

Parag Nemade | 19 Jul 12:23 2011
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Re: Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

Hi Santhosh,

On 07/19/2011 03:19 PM, Santhosh Thottingal wrote:
> On Tue, July 19, 2011 2:53 pm, Parag Nemade wrote:
>> Hi,
>>        I am happy to announce the release of Inscript2 keymaps.
>>
>> What is Inscript2?
>> --------------------------------
>> This project contains 22 Enhanced Inscript(Inscript2) keyboard layouts
>> for Indic languages. These are m17n keyboard layouts and are based on
>> the draft released by CDAC. Currently, the draft can be downloaded from
>> http://pune.cdac.in/html/gist/down/inscript_d.asp.
> AFAIK, The draft is under review and not approved so far. There are
> serious criticism on the draft raised by community(eg:
> http://wiki.smc.org.in/CDAC-Inscript-Critique)
>
> Don't we need to wait till the standard is approved and it move out of
> "Draft" status?
>
I think I have mentioned almost everywhere that this release is based on 
draft released by CDAC. This draft is there since last few months and I 
see no further updates to that draft. Also, I am in need of some testing 
and feedback on real keymap usage on Linux.

Note that this is not a upstream release by m17n-lib project.

Regards,
Parag.

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Parag Nemade | 19 Jul 12:29 2011
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Re: Announcing release of Enhanced Inscript (Inscript2) keymaps

Hi,
On 07/19/2011 03:47 PM, Santhosh Thottingal wrote:
> On Tue, July 19, 2011 3:36 pm, sankarshan wrote:
>> On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 3:19 PM, Santhosh Thottingal
>>> Don't we need to wait till the standard is approved and it move out of
>>> "Draft" status?
>> Even though the draft is under review and, has received critical notes
>> from the Malayalam community, doesn't an implementation allow the
>> flaws to be demonstrated ? An experiment is, in the end, an optimal
>> way to prove or, disprove a conjecture.
> Are we releasing the experimental version(or implementations with flaws)
> to public? It is good to have implementations to demonstrate the draft
> standard. But if that is the case, it should be clearly mentioned in the
> announcement. This kind of announcement misleading. Users will start using
> and learning a wrong keymap.
>

    Ok. What change you want and where?

Regards,
Parag.

Gmane