[Nepomuk] Re: Getting started with Nepomuk

Sebastian Trüg trueg at kde.org
Mon May 2 09:46:46 CEST 2011

Hi guys,

sorry for the late mail. But now my initial parental leave is over and I
am back. Thank you, Vishesh, for introducing everyone.

Students, welcome to GSoC 2011 with Nepomuk in KDE.

As Vishesh already said we will have weekly meetings on IRC
(#nepomuk-kde on freenode) where we discuss your progress and any
problems you are having. In addition we are always available via email
and IRC.

To get started I propose that we do an initial meeting tomorrow. For me
8:00UTC would be perfect but please state your preferences.

Looking forward to working with you.


On 04/28/2011 07:59 PM, Vishesh Handa wrote:
> /This is an introductory mail to the Nepomuk GSoC students. I'm trying
> to do stuff more publicly these days, and therefore I'm going to be
> spamming this list a lot./
> /
> /
> Hey Guys!
> Welcome to Nepomuk/KDE Google Summer of Code. For those of you who don't
> know, this year we have 3 slots, and we may have a couple of students
> for Season of KDE as well. Apart from getting 3 direct Nepomuk slots,
> KDE PIM also has one Nepomuk related project ( PIMO Integration ), and
> so does Zeitgeist. So loads of Nepomuk stuff this summer!
> We are probably going to have weekly meetings. Sebastian and I can
> discuss what will be a convenient time for all of us. ( More on this later )
> It would be best if you got started with compiling the trunk. There is
> more than enough documentation on how to do that on the Techbase. Most
> of the Nepomuk code is at kde-runtime/nepomuk and kdelibs/nepomuk. Apart
> from that there are several Nepomuk related projects on projects.kde.org
> <http://projects.kde.org>. Feel free to start reading through the code.
> There is also some Nepomuk Documentation[1] to get you started. All of
> the documentation is NOT up to date, so if something is missing, please
> let us know.
> The Semantic Web and the Ontologies play a very big role in Nepomuk. If
> you're not familiar with RDF[2], and the Nepomuk ontologies[3] - start now.
> And finally, the Nepomuk Junior Jobs[4] are a great way to contribute a
> little. They aren't that many left, but I would really like it someone
> would do the Strigi restart one. 
> Let the community bonding period begin
> [1] http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Nepomuk#Documentation
> [2] http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-primer/
> <http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-primer/>[3] http://www.semanticdesktop.org/ontologies/ 
> [4] http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Nepomuk/JuniorJobs
> -- 
> Vishesh Handa

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