From: Ed Trager (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 04 2008 - 12:30:34 CDT
Sounds to me like there should be some sort of umbrella FOSS-based IME
project which would centralize the core set of common resources that
all of these disparate IME projects ( maemocjk.garage.maemo.org ,
www.scim-im.org/ , www.m17n.org , code.google.com/p/uim/ , yudit.org,
etc... ) are using.
As far as I can tell (admittedly, I haven't researched this very
much...), there are a number of these FOSS project groups all out
developing solutions for specific platforms (maemocjk for Nokia
mentioned by Jeroen, scim for the Linux desktop, etc.). Increasing
diversification in the mobile devices market is already leading to the
creation of projects like Android. It seems to me one could also
create a FOSS project around IMEs that Android and other devices,
including desktop computers, could all use.
I certainly know which CJK input methods I like best, but they are
invariably not available on most computers and devices I have access
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 10:49 AM, Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
> -On [20080904 16:05], Ed Trager (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>>What about Android?
> I did find a Korean input method.
> But I have not find any pointers yet for a Japanese one, but then again, I
> have only been searching for English language results right now.
> Semi-related, I did find this though: http://maemocjk.garage.maemo.org/
> which is for the Nokia Internet Tablet.
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