More About Nepomuk-KDE: Soprano and KDE Integration

In a follow up story to the "State and Plans of Nepomuk-KDE" post, the second post covers Soprano and the overall integration of NEPOMUK within KDE.


I wonder about the current status of integration of Nepomuk in KDE... Are there already apps in Trunk using it? Are there plans?

By superstoned at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

And what will we see in Beta 1?

By superstoned at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

I know that Cyrille Berger is really busy working on the metadata framework for Krita and that he is quite aware of Nepomuk: http://wiki.koffice.org/index.php?title=Krita/Metadata#Metadata_and_Nepomuk. We might not be able to completely support everything now, but it's on the agenda.

By Boudewijn Rempt at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

I think so.
Dolphin in svn displays a message on startup saying something like the Nepomuk-Service was not running.

By Tom Vollerthun at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

The current SVN version of Nepomuk and Dolphin are already working together: start the Nepomuk daemon and afterwards, start Dolphin, and you are able to tag, rate and comment all files from within Dolphin.

By Roland Wolters at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

You don't even have to do it manually on my system - gets started automagically assuming everything you needed was detected at build time and such...

By Troy Unrau at Tue, 2007/06/19 - 5:00am

Well, I guess nepomuk then just can't start or compile or something... I'll have a look at it. After all, Nepomuk should be mentioned in the KDE 4 beta 1 article which I'm working on ;-)

By Jos Poortvliet at Wed, 2007/06/20 - 5:00am