--- Comment #2 from fujiwara <tfujiwar(a)redhat.com> ---
I'd like to clarify your request.
(In reply to Mathieu Bridon from comment #0)
This shouldn't be installed by default. (on GNOME, this kind of
input UI is
supposed to be displayed by the shell)
Do you ask the UI is not installed by default while gnome-shell does not
provide the similar feature at present?
Once gnome-shell could implement the UI, I'd think ibus can replace the owned
UI with it.
Splitting the Emoji Chooser to its own subpackage allows us not to
installed by default, and in addition means that if it is installed,
removing it won't take the desktop down.
The feature to output the selected emoji character was asked by several people
without using a clipboard and ibus hadn't provided the feature in GNOME only.
If the sub package is used, the feature won't be available in desktops so
probably I think the sub package needs to be installed by default by desktop?
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