Hrrm--I'm on 64 bit too, but again, perhaps it's because I only had to worry about ibus, ibus-libs and anthy (the Japanese backend.)
Also, and I have *NO* idea if this is a factor, I tend to use minimalistic installations, not installing Gnome, etc. I don't know if ibus has become one of those unnecessary dependencies or not, as Fedora Gnome (and probably most other distributions as well) has a tendency to pull in everything. (Hrrm, what's this---kitchen_sink_x86.64)??
As ibus is usually used for other languages, for any non-English speakers (and possibly non-US folks---not sure how widespread the idiom is) "everything but the kitchen sink" is an American idiom, meaning just about everything, usually as in "too much."
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"I don't know why there is the constant push to break any semblance of compatibility" --anon