Re: Proposing Tracker for inclusion into GNOME 2.18

On Thu, 2006-10-19 at 03:10 +0100, Jamie McCracken wrote:
> Hi,
> We have just released a new stable version of tracker (0.5.0) which can 
> be found here:
> I would like to propose this for inclusion into Gnome 2.18 as its now 
> been well tested and should be stable enough.
> Tracker is being developed by a growing community of volunteers to 
> create the best and most efficient desktop search, extensible metadata 
> server and next generation first class object database all in 100% C code.

"next generation first class object database" sounds a bit like buzzword
bingo to me. Can you be a bit clearer? I don't meant to be discouraging
- I just want you to tell us about the good stuff.

> Tracker now comes with a new GUI tool - Tracker search tool which is 
> based on the source of Gnome search tool and if accepted it should 
> replace this.

Is there Nautilus integration? It wouldn't make much sense to add this
if it wasn't used for Nautilus. 

> I know this is a bit late in the hour but I should be in the nick of 
> time as the new modules proposals deadlines ends in a few hours!

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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