Question #239614 on Zeitgeist Framework changed:

Siegfried Gevatter proposed the following answer:
You could re-compile Zeitgeist replacing the ontology with one of your
own that's better suited for these types of events, but it'd still be a
somewhat forced match.

Zeitgeist wasn't build for the types of queries you'll probably want to
make. It could give you lists of {all, most recent} checkins, the most
{popular check-in location, user with the most visits, ...} (depending
on how you design the ontology), etc. but it doesn't provide any API for
eg. counting the number of checkins.

If you really want to you could probably implement some additional
method calls, but I think you'd be better of with a standard SQL/NoSQL
database solution.

You received this question notification because you are a member of
Zeitgeist Framework Team, which is an answer contact for Zeitgeist

Mailing list:
Post to     :
Unsubscribe :
More help   :

Reply via email to