My sentiments exactly. Better not to keep known broken packages
around; it's only going to cause grief for users if they find out they
can't even install the package.
Once it's fixed upstream to not rely on libgnomeuimm, it can easily be
added back to Fedora.
Alex, could you please follow the End of Life procedure to get it
removed from F16+?
Done: retired package in packagedb, removed files in git and filed
(Will check comps now, to make sure it's removed from there too,