[Kde-pim] A new class of "Personal Information Manager"
dotancohen at gmail.com
Fri Nov 28 21:01:13 GMT 2008
2008/11/28 Janne Ojaniemi <janne.ojaniemi at gmail.com>:
> On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 6:17 PM, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2008/11/28 Janne Ojaniemi <janne.ojaniemi at gmail.com>:
>> > Am I making any sense here, or am I talking crazy? If you feel that the
>> > scope of this post doesn't really belong here (although it is about
>> > let me know :).
>> You are making very little sense. You have a lot of great ideas, but
>> you are in the wrong place to express them.
>> In this forum, we discuss KDE-PIM, including it's features, bugs, and
>> new feature ideas. You seem to have lots of new feature ideas, in
>> fact, enough to make a new application (as you state). Therefore, this
>> is not the place.
> This is a list to discussing things related to personal information
> management, correct? Well, my suggestion IS about personal information and
> managing it. Maybe "PIM" should include other "personal information" than
> just email and calendar?
"Personal Information" could be a wide net, and could include almost
anything. My browser bookmarks are personal information, no? In the
context of the acronym PIM, "Personal Information" usually means
contacts, calendar, and todo list.
>> You also might want to join the official Zim mailing list (from
>> Launchpad.net). Some of your ideas seem relevant to Zim. But state
>> each one separately and be very specific and clear.
> Zim is a GTK+-app. The chances of it taking advantage of Akonadi and/or
> Nepomuk are between "slim" and "nonexistent".
Right. It does [mostly] what you want from a UI perspective, but it is
not KDE related. This is why I suggested that you ask on the Zim list.
You did not state that you are only looking for KDE solutions. In
fact, most of the example software that you listed was not KDE
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