KJots Takes Advantage of Innovations in the KDE Development Platform
Feb 19, 2010, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Kelly)
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"Work on porting KJots to Akonadi started a long time ago
(around summer 2008!), and that effort is reaching a milestone this
week. The ported version of KJots has been merged into trunk for
the next release of the KDE Software Compilation where work will
continue on it to refine features and fix bugs.
"Since development started on the 4th series of the KDE Software
Compilation, many developers started to investigate the newest
frameworks in KDE and how they could be used to integrate better
and to use the new features they promised. KJots was no
"* Plasma promised a simplified pop-up version of KJots on the
desktop, so that notes in the structure could be accessed in it
just as easily as Klipper.
* Nepomuk promised the possibility of organizing notes by tag and
semantic analysis of the note contents.
* Akonadi promised a way to access notes stored in another
location, such as a remote FTP server, or a mobile phone, and
enables the simultaneous access by the KJots main application and