Writing chinese with the jyutping system (cantonese pinyin) on Linux (Mint 21.2 at the time of writing) was not as straight forward as I thought.
If you want to be able to write canto anywhere in the system (I mean, outside the very efficient Chromium + Google Inputs tools), here’s a TL;DR;
A friend of mine is working as a journalist on a french radio, La Clé des Ondes, which is broadcasted as well on FM (Bordeaux area) and as a webradio.
I’m currently helping him to evaluate a migration from the current Windows proprietary streaming setup to free software solutions.
This post is more like a friendly reminder post-it for me, last time I’ve done such IT was on Debian 9, I didn’t even know that ifconfig disappeared :]
The idea is to find a free software solution that fits his needs, in other words, that allows him to perform at least as well as his current setup. There are a lot of existing solutions, but fortunately he already limited the search range on two linux clients : Rivendell and Libretime
The roadmap is the following :