Re: Some points about IM integration

> De: Justin Wong <justin w xd gmail com>
>CC: desktop-devel-list gnome org 
>Enviado: Martes 15 de Mayo de 2012 18:05
>Asunto: Re: Some points about IM integration
>Imagine, just imagine one day a desktop environment named the Kernel Desktop Environment (KDE), would be integrated to linux kernel for better user experience. U guys argue for kernel should not integrate a DE, then Linus Torvalds come out and say:
>On May 15, 2012 7:28 AM, "Owen Taylor" <otaylor redhat com> wrote:
>> In general, choice of input method framework is not a goal in itself.
>> If we choose a single input method framework to integrate with GNOME -
>> that doesn't make GNOME like proprietary software from Apple and Microsoft,
>> because GNOME will still be 100% Free Software, and will still be developed
>> in the open by the GNOME community.
>If we choose KDE as defualt and unchangable DE of linux, it doesn't make linux like proprietary software from micro$oft, because linux will still be 100% free software, and will still be developed in the open by the linux community.

Please, keep the focus on the problem: Providing a good input method support in GNOME.
The election of a single IM framework, or not, is a matter of implementation, that users 

don't care as long as problem is solved and the solution can be maintained by the 



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