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About IBus

IBus ("Intelligent Input Bus") is an input method framework (a system that facilitates rapid entry of foreign characters). It fills a role similar to that of SCIM and UIM. Ubuntu dropped support for SCIM because it is "unmaintained upstream", whereas IBus is still under active maintenance by Red Hat, so Arch users may want to consider IBus or UIM instead of SCIM for a new install.