[Nepomuk] user documentation for Nepomuk/Strigi

Sebastian Trüg sebastian at trueg.de
Wed Nov 30 15:38:54 UTC 2011

This is great work. I did not find the time to read it in detail yet but
after a first skim it looks good.


On 11/29/2011 05:16 AM, S Page wrote:
> In solving my problem with Strigi not indexing[1] I learned a few
> things about Nepomuk that seem worth sharing, so I added them to
> http://userbase.kde.org/Nepomuk  This seems the best/only place to
> document them. But I don't know anything about Nepomuk, so I'd
> appreciate it if someone can review, and it's a wiki so anyone can fix
> it.
> I'm going to ask more questions about Nepomuk and Strigi here, and
> I'll do my best to document the answers or file bugs.
> Changes so far:
> * Functionalities: add a subsection on indexing files
> * Try out section
>   o  add "in Dolphin"
>   o mention Find
>   o  better explanation of Dolphin's sidebar
> * Frequently Asked Questions: add "How can I tell if Strigi has indexed a file?"
> * make "External links" a separate section; flag one site as inactive
> Cheers,
> [1]  http://trueg.wordpress.com/2011/10/21/a-word-or-two-on-removable-storage-media-handling-in-nepomuk/#comment-1888
> In a nutshell, Nepomuk doesn't index symbolic links  (KDE bug 208602)
> , but System Settings doesn't indicate this (bug 287593).
> --
> =S Page
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