Actually this is not the domain of zeitgeist.

Zeitgeist only logs events. It does not track your files. It does not
search within your files. It just logs event like file open, receive
call,  etc.

** Changed in: zeitgeist-dataproviders
       Status: New => Invalid

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  Google Chrome dataprovider: Contents of (non-HTTPS) webpages seen
  should be stored (like Google Desktop)

Status in Zeitgeist Data-Providers:

Bug description:
  Google Desktop provides great utility to the user by keeping an
  archive of the contents of previously browsed webpages.

  If you remember reading some phrase in an article three months ago,
  you could search it in Google Desktop, and the article would probably
  appear – regardless of whether the keyword was in the webpage's
  metadata (title, URL, tags, etc).

  Zeitgeist+Chrome dataprovider should replicate this.

  HTTPS pages are usually excluded.

  Hopefully, you could do the same for the contents of other documents
  as well (e.g. PDFs, etc).


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