Re: Tracker, Zeitgeist, Couchdb...where is the problem ?

On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 4:48 PM, Matthias
Clasen<matthias clasen gmail com> wrote:
> I think this recent discussion about tracker as a gnome module is
> somewhat backwards. I don't think it is leading us anywhere to talk
> about ontologies and rdf and events and timelines and metadata stores
> and kernel apis before we answer the first question:

Right, agree =)

For zeitgeist it's basically what should appear when you click on
"Browse" on the documents section of the shell, i.e. all your
documents ordered by time and searchable makes a lot of sense to me.

Tracker the arguments are more complex; I think what they're
effectively arguing is not that one individual use case but more the
network effects from having all of them in one database ("where did I
put that download from the email from Nancy" maybe?).  I'm not sure.
But I won't attempt to summarize the previous thread.  I would like to
see some sample UI though in something.

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