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Re: RFS: sunpinyin - Simplified Chinese Input Method from SUN

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Liang Guo wrote:
> It builds these binary packages:
> libsunpinyin-dev - Simplified Chinese Input Method from SUN
> libsunpinyin3 - Simplified Chinese Input Method from SUN
> sunpinyin-utils - Simplified Chinese Input Method from SUN
> The initial ITP is not reported by me, I've contacted with the original
> reporter kefu chai and he allowed me to work on this package[1].
> I've uploaded ibus-sunpinyin too, which can be downloaded with
> dget http://mentors.debian.net/debian/pool/main/i/ibus-sunpinyin/ibus-
> sunpinyin_2.0.2~git20100628-1.dsc
> Even it is not in good shape(lack of some Build-Depends and Depends and
> be compiled in my pbuilder), it can be used to verify sunpinyin.
> I would be glad if someone uploaded this package for me.
> Kind regards


how does this compares to, let's say, scim-pinyin, or the other pinyin
that we can find currently in the archive?

Is it better or at least as good as googlepinyin in Window? (I'm not
about the one in Unix that I already packaged but that is buggy, and
which I
might give-up on).

What other alternative do we have in the archive for typing in Chinese
ibus? (I only used SCIM so far)

I might be interested in doing this sponsoring, as my wife is Chinese
and uses
Ubuntu, and that I often (have to) type in Chinese as well.

Just one thing: I don't think it is a good idea to sponsor onlythe
library without
the ibus module. I strongly believe that these should be packaged and
at the same time. In other words: I wont sponsor or even look at your
until you say that ibus-sunpinyin is ready as well.

Note: I'm a new DD since last Sunday, so I'll have to learn on how to
make my
first sponsoring as well! :)

Last thing: where do you live? I'm in Shanghai, even though I'm a
French guy.
I'd like to push more Chinese to use, promote, and enhance Debian...

Thomas Goirand (zigo)
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