Love the idea, tagging seems to me a much more intuitive means of
organizing data.

Command line interface also a great idea, didn't notice that on the TODO list.


On 12/3/06, Erik Grinaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I'm considering using tags instead of folders for organizing entries.

When the user creates a new entry, he can write in any number of tags,
or choose them from a dropdown list. When any of the tag names are
entered into the search bar, only entries with this tag will be
displayed - searching for multiple tags are also possible, of course.

It might also be useful to have a dropdown-list of all available tags,
or even to display a browsable tree where the tags make up the
structure, similar to what Epiphany does for bookmark tags.

This way, the search bar becomes the primary interface for locating
entries - this should also be extended to support multiple word searches
and searching for account type names, for example.

I think this would be a much more convenient interface, both for the
main app, for the GNOME panel applet, as well as a future command-line

Any thoughts on this?

Erik Grinaker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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