Posts Tagged ‘zeitgeist’

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 […]

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 […]

Zeitgeist 0.5.1 released!

On behalf of the Zeitgeist Project team, I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zeitgeist 0.5.1. What is Zeitgeist? Zeitgeist is an event-logging framework for desktop and mobile devices. Applications can push events into the log, and anyone can query the log via the rich query API. The logged events are semantically categorized […]

Yet another GUADEC post

I haven’t blogged for quite a few weeks, so I guess it’s time I revive my blog, and what better way to do this than writing about how awesome GUADEC was? :) Saturday 25 I went to the Barcelona airport to take a plane at twelve. The plane started almost two hours later because part […]

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