On 24 May 2010 17:57, Conrad Knauer <ath...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 4:33 AM, Dmitrijs Ledkovs
> <dmitrij.led...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>> Tomboy can be replaced with Gnote
>> Gnote is abandoned by the author
> On what basis do you claim this?

Last time I cared about Tomboy vs Gnote arguments it was this:


> Lucid uses 0.6.2 according to http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=gnote
> I note the following release dates according to the files in
> http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/gnote/
> gnote-0.6.3   28-Nov-2009
> gnote-0.6.4   22-Mar-2010
> gnote-0.7.0   31-Dec-2009
> gnote-0.7.1   04-Jan-2010
> gnote-0.7.2   12-Mar-2010
> Debian is up to 0.7.1 as per http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=gnote

Fair enough so taking ~6 months as cutoff date which puts at gnote
0.6.2 & tomboy 1.1.0



>> and has less functionality then Tomboy (less plugins, no ubuntuone 
>> integration etc.)
> Please see http://www.stefanoforenza.com/getting-gnote-facts-straight/

So has the syncing been implemented yet? IMHO it's the killer feature
to sync tomboy with linux, mac, win & cloud.

Also note that gnote vs tomboy in terms of disk space savings is
really about gtkmm vs mono. As far as I remember (again could be
out-of-date and less relevant with GObject-Interspcection) that gtkmm
is big and currently not-included by default on Ubuntu CD's.

ps. I use emacs-org mode and I don't have tomboy/gnote installed =)

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