2010/6/13 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamst...@gmail.com>:
> You are assuming that the URIs have a tree-like syntax, which is not
> true in general. What if we dropped file:/// and http:// URIs altogether
> and used Tracker UUIDs all the way?
We always need a URI, so that the application has something meaningful
to show. Tracker UUIDs could be used to complement the subject, but
not supersed the URI.
> Also the download use case we discussed numerous times - If we say that
> Origin is "where the user was at the event time" then the origin could
> be http://example.com but the subject uri ftp://grillbar.org/super.jpg.
> Completely unrelated.
I've never said it should be "at the event time". The origin would be
whatever page the file was downloaded from; the Firefox extension can
know this. Time relationships is something Zeitgeist already can
provide without origin, but has the problem you've just pointed out.
Tracking recent directories
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Status in Zeitgeist Framework: Incomplete
This is a feature request, please reassign wherever you see fit :-)
Currently recent files are tracked as items. Recent directories would also be
useful to track.
E.g. I edit files in geany, compile code that produce an executable that need
to be debugged in Nemiver. When Nemiver is opened it would save a lot of time
if the directory was available under a "recent directories" heading somewhere.
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