I am blessed with some amazing team. The magnificent Cando just finished a new view for Activity Journal.
GNOME Activity Journal - the easy way to view your Zeitgeist life - has been receiving some due love and attention from a so-called 'mystery' hacker who has added Drag and Drop support, entry pinning and audio preview.
Our very own Seif Lotfy, known for his hard work on Zeitgeist and the Activity Journal, has just posted a video over on his blog that shows off some experimentation with quick access to the Activity Journal.
The boys on the Activity Journal team managed to boost the performance up to an average of 620% It now navigates quicker and loads faster than ever. Funny enough that even the memory consumption went down. Look […]
The GAJ & Zeitgeist teams have announced the 0.5.0 development release of GNOME Activity Journal – the user-friendly frontend for finding out ‘when’ you did a certain activity/file edit etc rather than ‘where’.
The first development release of GNOME Activity Journal has been announced. Alongside it also comes the 3rd development release of the engine that powers it – Zeitgeist. Talk about timing! It was only earlier today […]
The GNOME Activity Journal (which we’ve covered a bazillion times before, see here) is getting better and better by the minute! Developer Seif Lotfy posted the following video of it in action and i can […]
GNOME Activity Journal, along with the engine that powers it ‘Zeitgeist‘, both of which will form part of the forthcoming GNOME 3, has been gifted with a very awesome new look. Hold on, GNOME Activity… […]
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GNOME 3.0 is delayed and the Zeitgeist team has more time to integrate with the GNOME desktop. Daniel Siegel (the Cheese dude) had an idea during GUADEC that is worth giving a try… for Zeitgeist […]
We’ve not really covered badass Zeitgeist powered semantic File Browser ‘Sezen’ much before here on OMG! before and, y’know, I’m at a loss as to why. A simple way to describe the lightweight but not-a-traditional-file-browser […]
With Gnome 3.0 on course to be released later this year developers have begun making the tough decisions on what will be included as part of the desktop – and, perhaps more controversially, what won’t […]