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=== Restructure UIM article ===
 
Other input frameworks such as [[ibus]] or [[scim]] have their own pages. Only UIM has no page on its own and redirects to how to set it up with japanese input. I think it would be more appropriate to migrate fitting sections from the japanese page (parts that are not japanese-specific) to the main UIM page, and have the main UIM page link to the japanese article. Also, I am willing to write up how to set um UIM with korean input. Perhaps the main UIM page could provide links to how to set it up with various languages. --[[User:Isaac914]]
 
Other input frameworks such as [[ibus]] or [[scim]] have their own pages. Only UIM has no page on its own and redirects to how to set it up with japanese input. I think it would be more appropriate to migrate fitting sections from the japanese page (parts that are not japanese-specific) to the main UIM page, and have the main UIM page link to the japanese article. Also, I am willing to write up how to set um UIM with korean input. Perhaps the main UIM page could provide links to how to set it up with various languages. --[[User:Isaac914]]
 
:When you write it, please create the page 'uim' (lowercase, it's exact name) and change destination of this page to it.--[[User:Blowback|Blowback]] ([[User talk:Blowback|talk]]) 10:24, 27 November 2014 (UTC)
 
:When you write it, please create the page 'uim' (lowercase, it's exact name) and change destination of this page to it.--[[User:Blowback|Blowback]] ([[User talk:Blowback|talk]]) 10:24, 27 November 2014 (UTC)
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::Alternatively: (1) an article [[uim]] with the general information on it could be created. You could re-use the generally applicable content from this article (e.g. [[UIM#uim]]). Once that is in place, (2) the Japanese content could be placed at a subpage of it: [[uim/Japanese Input methods]] (or [[uim/Japanese uim]]?) and the same for (3) the new Korean content ([[uim/Korean input methods]]).
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::Note that, if you start working on it, it might be useful to start writing in your user page (e.g. you can create [[User:Isaac914/uim]] and [[User:Isaac914/uim/Korean input methods]]). Once the new uim start page is ready, you can move it out of your user page (and the same for the Korean content). This way we keep the Japanese article in place until the new start page is ready to crosslink to it and we can then move [[Input_Japanese_using_uim]] to [[uim/Japanese input methods]].
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::Anyway, nice you want to contribute to new Korean content. What do you think about the procedure and this structure?
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::--[[User:Indigo|Indigo]] ([[User talk:Indigo|talk]]) 10:47, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

Revision as of 10:47, 27 November 2014

Restructure UIM article

Other input frameworks such as ibus or scim have their own pages. Only UIM has no page on its own and redirects to how to set it up with japanese input. I think it would be more appropriate to migrate fitting sections from the japanese page (parts that are not japanese-specific) to the main UIM page, and have the main UIM page link to the japanese article. Also, I am willing to write up how to set um UIM with korean input. Perhaps the main UIM page could provide links to how to set it up with various languages. --User:Isaac914

When you write it, please create the page 'uim' (lowercase, it's exact name) and change destination of this page to it.--Blowback (talk) 10:24, 27 November 2014 (UTC)
Alternatively: (1) an article uim with the general information on it could be created. You could re-use the generally applicable content from this article (e.g. UIM#uim). Once that is in place, (2) the Japanese content could be placed at a subpage of it: uim/Japanese Input methods (or uim/Japanese uim?) and the same for (3) the new Korean content (uim/Korean input methods).
Note that, if you start working on it, it might be useful to start writing in your user page (e.g. you can create User:Isaac914/uim and User:Isaac914/uim/Korean input methods). Once the new uim start page is ready, you can move it out of your user page (and the same for the Korean content). This way we keep the Japanese article in place until the new start page is ready to crosslink to it and we can then move Input_Japanese_using_uim to uim/Japanese input methods.
Anyway, nice you want to contribute to new Korean content. What do you think about the procedure and this structure?
--Indigo (talk) 10:47, 27 November 2014 (UTC)