Archive for the ‘Planet GNOME’ Category

A gentle introduction to Zeitgeist’s Python API

In this post I’ll make a quick introduction by example on how to use Zeitgeist’s Python API for good and profit. If you’re interested in using Zeitgeist from C instead, see the libzeitgeist examples; to use it with C++/Qt, Trever’s «a web browser in 4 steps» may be of interest. First things first In case […]

Debian Games Team Meeting

This announcement was provided by Martin Erik Werner. I’m reproducing it for Planet Ubuntu. The Debian/Ubuntu Games Team is organizing another meeting. If you’re into developing and/or packaging of games, or just generally curious about games in Debian/Ubuntu, you should join! It will be held next Saturday, the 26th of November, in the #debian-games channel […]

Activity Log Manager for Zeitgeist released!

On behalf of the Activity Log Manager team and the Zeitgeist Project, I am happy to announce the first release of Activity Log Manager (0.8.0), a user interface for managing Zeitgeist blacklists, deleting recent events as well as temporarily pausing the logging. Grab it while it's hot. Note that you'll need Zeitgeist 0.8.0 (or later) for it […]

Zeitgeist 0.7.1 “Made in Aarhus” released!

On behalf of the Zeitgeist team I am proud to announce the release of Zeitgeist 0.7.1 "Made in Aarhus". This is a minor release before 0.8.0 (which will be the first one introducing storage awareness). What is Zeitgeist? Zeitgeist is a service which logs the users's activities and events, anywhere from files opened to websites visited […]

Language Identification and it’s state in Free Software

Working on a new feature for eSpeak GUI I started looking into language identification. Forcing users to manually choose the text’s language is a botheration, so trying to guess it by checking which system dictionary contains the most words from the text or some other method would surely be beneficial. After a quick search I […]

 
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