Re: Module Proposal: GNOME Activity Journal

On Sun, May 2, 2010 at 6:56 PM, Thorsten Prante <thorsten prante eu> wrote:
> Purpose:
> GNOME Activity Journal is not a File Browser but an Activity Browser.
> It uses the Zeitgeist Framework to display what you did and introduces a
> better way of quickly finding the things that you were doing.

What is your long term user interface goals?  Do you see the
modification to the GNOME 2 UI being a new "Activity Journal" entry in
"Accessories" as being the end?

* Do you expect users to launch this occasionally when they're looking
for something, or they keep it running?
* Have you given any thought to how this interacts with the file
picker, Nautilus, or the Places menu in GNOME 2?
* Have you looked at the GNOME 3 UI plans around files?

Random tech question:
* How does this affect resource consumption on the desktop - if I
don't ever launch Activity Journal, is Zeitgeist running?

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