tracker 2.99.1

About Tracker

Tracker is a semantic data storage for desktop and mobile devices.
Tracker uses W3C standards for RDF ontologies using Nepomuk with
SPARQL to query and update the data.

Tracker is a central repository of user information, that provides two
big benefits for the user; shared data between applications and
information which is relational to other information (for example:
mixing contacts with files, locations, activities and etc.).


  Highlighted updates compared to 2.x:
  * A full implementation of SPARQL 1.1
  * A change of paradigm. There is no central store, services are
    free to create their own, and to make those an endpoint for public
    access. Applications may syndicate queries across external endpoints
    through the SERVICE syntax.
  * No tracker-store
  * No libtracker-miner
  * No libtracker-control
  * API changes
    - Explicit API to create a local store, or proxy a DBus/remote one
    - TrackerEndpoint proxies local stores out of process
    - separate python library to write tests
  * A base and reference ontologies of our own
    - Officially it's no longer Nepomuk
    - No more broken links
  * An extensible CLI tool, with a generic set of core subcommands
  * Parallel installable to tracker 2.x
  * Documentation
  * Tests
  * Many many others

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