QZeitgeist and Phonon

Sebastian Trüg trueg at kde.org
Tue Mar 8 15:08:55 GMT 2011

On 03/08/2011 12:13 PM, Ivan Čukić wrote:
>>> Sebastian concluded that storing all the events in Nepomuk wouldn't be
>>> wise, so it was agreed to store them in Zeitgeist which was designed with
>>> that sole purpose.
>> to be precise: I wanted to test storing all in Nepomuk first which I
>> have not done yet.
> I didn't know that. If it turns out it behaves well, both backends
> will be feature-complete.
>>>   - Store only per-activity scores in nepomuk making it possible to have
>>>     'which are the most common files opened in kate during some activity'
>> how do you do that?
> I haven't written an ontology for that yet, but it works like this
> (i've been testing it with dummy code - still have to port it to KAMD)
> UsageScore:  (I need a better name for this)
>     score (calculated via the magic of the exp function as previously discussed)
>     activity
>     application
>     resource

You mean you have one resource which relates a resource to an activity
and has a score and an application?

Could you elaborate, please?


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