Posts Tagged ‘zeitgeist’

Zeitgeist 0.3.3 is out!

From the release announcement: On behalf of the Zeitgeist Project team, I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zeitgeist 0.3.3. It introduces an improved relationship algorithm, new sorting types for queries, a data-source registry (providing the possibility of easily disabling individual loggers) and several bug fixes and other enhancements. What is Zeitgeist? Zeitgeist […]

Automatic music rating

The problem I like listening to music while I’m programming. However, I have lots of music on my computer and I don’t really like all of it (or find it appropriate as background music for when I’m programming). I guess I could spend a few evenings going through my music collection, deleting anything I don’t […]

Zeitgeist Data-Source Registry

This post is about an upcoming feature in Zeitgeist 0.3.3 and is so far only available in checkouts from trunk or our PPA. It is expected to be released within the next weeks. Some weeks ago I implemented a new feature in Zeitgeist and I figured I’d drop some lines about it. I’m talking about […]

FOSDEM 2010

By the way, if you're coming too and are interested in Zeitgeist, don't forget to poke me (or Seif)!

GNOME Activity Journal, and installing it on Ubuntu

As already announced by Seif, the first development release of the GNOME Activity Journal (what was formerly known as GNOME Zeitgeist) is finally out! While several sources have already propagated the good news, what doesn’t seem to be so widely known is how easy it is to get the Activity Journal running on Ubuntu. Because […]

 
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