2010/1/8 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamst...@gmail.com>:
> subject.origin = "mailto:john....@example.com";

Good point.

I suppose finding out whether you are talking to John Doe because you
clicked on a link in some file isn't really doable, so storing the
mail there for IM and the web for browser activities (if you agree
with having that) sounds good to me. Can we find some description for
the "origin" field which covers both cases without having to list them
explicitly (ie. not having a different explanation of it for every
activity type)?

> It doesn't make much sense to store app://telepathy.desktop or
> app://empathy.desktop in event.actor because I have no way of knowing
> which app shows the message to the user

Uhm, that may be problematic.

Maybe we can just have something a la "genericapp://im" and let apps
look up what the default IM client is and show that. There may be
different clients for supporting different protocols though, so it's
not so easy.

> I missed a subject.uri in my previous comment... I don't really know
> what to store in there..?

IMHO it should be something which when clicked shows the logs of the

I discussed this with Gerfried Fuchs (upstream developer for the IRC
client "Smuxi"), who wants to add Zeitgeist support to Smuxi, and he
said he'd think of a scheme for irc://, which we can then discuss with
other IM client developers.

Siegfried-Angel Gevatter Pujals (RainCT)
Free Software Developer       363DEAE3

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>> +                                       origin = 
>> info.get_uri().rpartition("/")[0]


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