Description of problem:
Right now si-trans.mim, si-phonetic-dynamic.mim and si-phonetic-static.mim install by default.
si-trans.mim, si-phonetic-dynamic.mim and si-phonetic-static.mim are not popular among Sinhala community.
Having 7 input engines are not convenient for end users.
So, I propose that, @sinhala-support should install only wijesekara and iBus-Sinhala.
If any one need other packages allow them to install them separately.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum groupinstall sinhala-support
2. open im-chooser
3. check available input-engines under Sinhala
7 input-engines available
only nee Wijesekara and iBus-sayura
If this add to comp file as a update for F11, it will comes with latest spins/remixes use Fedora+update repos
1) The Wijesekera keyboard layout is the only SL national standard keyboard layout as defined in SLS1134:2004.
2) Creating arbitrary boundaries is *not* a good approach. e.g. The layout Danishka uses and the layout(s) I use are different. If you want to reduce the number of Sinhala keyboard layouts installed by default, install only the *official* layout by default.
3) I would expect most users to pick the one that is familiar to them. If new to all the layouts, they would then try a few and pick the one they like and select that in ibus-setup.
4) During the transition from SCIM to IBus, some features supported by m17n such as surrounding text support is not implemented yet. I suspect Danishka is concerned that some layouts will not work correctly. However, what I described in (3) should resolve that issue.
After analyzing further, I think it will be good if we will not create any
subpackage as requested in this bug. Every language have default input method
and some other input methods. Subpackaging here mean all other languages should
also need similar kind of packaging and it creates confusion why so many
packages for installing all input methods(in case anyone needs all).
Wijesekera is already appearing as default input method.
After subpackaging to get all Sinhala keymaps one need to install 3 packages.
If default keymap is already being selected as default for any language and one
can type in that default keymap then I see no usecase of subpackaging here.
when you select sinhala-support, you are already getting ibus-sayura and