Install on Linux

Put the following text block inside /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/tr

// github.com/salif/colemak-tr
partial alphanumeric_keys
xkb_symbols "colemak_tr" {

  include "us(colemak)"

  name[Group1]= "Turkish (Colemak)";

  key <AD01> {[ odiaeresis,  Odiaeresis,  q,             Q          ]};
  key <AD02> {[ scedilla,    Scedilla,    w,             W          ]};
  key <AD10> {[ gbreve,      Gbreve,      semicolon,     colon      ]};
  key <AD11> {[ udiaeresis,  Udiaeresis,  bracketleft,   braceleft  ]};
  key <AD12> {[ apostrophe,  quotedbl,    bracketright,  braceright ]};
  key <AC09> {[ i,           Iabovedot                              ]};
  key <AC11> {[ idotless,    I                                      ]};
  key <AB02> {[ ccedilla,    Ccedilla,    x,             X          ]};

  include "level3(ralt_switch)"
};

Put the following text block inside /usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/evdev.lst

colemak_tr      tr: Turkish (Colemak)

Put the following text block inside /usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/evdev.xml

<variant>
  <configItem>
    <name>colemak_tr</name>
    <description>Turkish (Colemak)</description>
  </configItem>
</variant>

Then add Turkish (Colemak) via your desktop environment’s settings.

If it doesn’t work then create an issue on this repository