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.
Seif Lotfy is back hacking on the new Unity People Place. Updating his blog he shares news that Folks and Zeitgeist now ‘play along’ allowing for easy sorting of results using Zeitgeist (Favourites, Recent, etc.) […]
In my second day of hacking Unity Place for people I managed to get chat activity from Zeitgeist, get contacts from folks and create sections and groups and assign them results. Read on for more.
Some call it Zeitgeist, a few paranoid people call it Skynet. Either way Zeitgeist is one of the most exciting technologies to have arisen in the last few years. I have a tonne of Zeitgeist news to bring you up-to speed on, so enough with these pointless introductions that plague every article I write...
Seif Lotfy has posted a 'in progress' screenshot of a new 'People' place for Ubuntu Unity.
It’s UDS time again and although I am not physically there (German VISA issue), I am happy to hear about the Unity work being done and I think I speak on behalf of the Zeitgeist […]
Thanks to Mohamed Amine IL Idrissi, Software Center is able to tell you which applications (of which Zeitgeist knows of) you have not been using for a while.
As some of you may know, Seif has been working closely with the Software Center developers to integrate Zeitgeist into the Software Center. We blogged about the Software Center using Zeitgeist to display app usage a couple of weeks ago, and naturally the next step would be for that information to be translated into recommendations, which is very, very cool.
Stat fans looking to get a informational fix on the applications they use may be interested to hear news on semantic tracking tool Zeitgeist’s latest possible excursion into the desktop – via the Ubuntu Software […]
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.
Many users remained awed and paranoid over the extent of data that Zeitgeist is able to collate and display – from what song you were listening to when you were writing up your shopping list […]
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’.