Reader ‘Ingo’ spotted something nifty when playing around with his Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha install: Zeitgeist in action in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
I am blessed with some amazing team. The magnificent Cando just finished a new view for Activity Journal.
Check out this Skype zeitgeist logger I have been working on.
Over on DevinatArt, designer Izobalax has been musing on a minor flaw in Zeitgeists armour: the ability to easily 'take' your logswith you.
As an avid docky user (sometimes I switch to AWN depending on my mood), I got very used to the jumplists. But at some point I was not satisfied with what I hacked before, since it was based on the early 0.3 Zeitgeist API.
The recent update to music player Rhythmbox brought with it many feature updates and fixes. Amongst these came a newly souped-up Last FM plugin offering up detailed user stats, artist recommendations and support for music streaming. Maverick users can now install it via a dedicated backport PPA.
A new release of semantic file launcher Synapse has been made available for download.
I took more time today to play with GNOME Shell...
Want to get Zeitgeist to track your Banshee play history? Do you then want to view it through the ace new Synapse launcher? You're in luck!
Seif Lotfy – Zeitgeist creator, hacker and all round semantic solider – has spent the last few days bringing Zeitgeist love to GNOME Shell. With both Unity and KDE to benefit from Zeitgeist it’s nice […]
It's finally arrived. After weeks of leaking screenshots and juicy tidbits on a 'mystery new launcher' we can reveal what it is. Called Synapse, the launcher is light, fast, zeitgeist powered and can do some incredible things thanks to tight Zeitgeist integration.
Zeitgeist is on its way to KDE, and our favourite Egyptian hacker Seif Lotfy explains more in this post.