Question #239614 on Zeitgeist Framework changed:
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Siegfried Gevatter proposed the following answer:
Hi Akul,

Thank you for your interest in using Zeitgeist.

Zeitgeist was originally created as a desktop-wide service (to track
everything concerning one particular user). It is certainly possible to
use it as a backend for a website, but depending on your needs it may
not be the best option.  I'm curious, could you share a bit on what's
your plan for using it?

You can install the "zeitgeist", apt-get will show you which additional
dependencies are required. It shouldn't be much, just some libraries if
you don't have them installed already.

As for using it, you can find an example of how it works with Python here: 
http://bloc.eurion.net/archives/2012/zeitgeist-python-api-tutorial/. For Vala 
or C, usage is similar.  Information about the datamodel is available at 
http://eurion.net/zeitgeist/docs/0.8.2/datamodel.html, in particular:
 - List of "interpretations" *: 
http://eurion.net/zeitgeist/docs/0.8.2/ontology.html#symbol-interpretation
 - List of "manifestations" *: 
http://eurion.net/zeitgeist/docs/0.8.2/ontology.html#symbol-manifestation
(* Those documentation pages are a bit messy at the moment, since they don't 
separate event and subject interpretations/manfiestations; in general, anything 
with URL semanticdesktop.org is for subjects and zeitgeist-project.com is for 
events).

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