First GNOME Activity Journal release!

Written for GNOME Activity Journal by Siegfried Gevatter on 2010-01-20

On behalf of the Zeitgeist Project team, after 1 year, 3 months, and 9 days since the first prototype, I am proud to announce the first development release of GNOME Activity Journal, codenamed “Luciana’s Tricycle”.

What is GNOME Activity Journal?

GNOME Activity Journal is not a File Browser but an Activity Browser. It uses the Zeitgeist Framework to display what you did, and introduces a better way to quickly find the things you were doing.


About Zeitgeist:


    * Pretty layout
    * Pinning (marking) items
    * Calendar slider (quickly move forwards/back in time)
    * Preview tooltips


    * Tracker-based search

Features in progress for future releases:

    * Display web browsing history in the journal
    * Search and interaction
    * Tags
    * Detailed single-day view showing relationships between files
    * Removing activities from the journal

Call for translators:

The project is still very low on translations. We’d really appreciate translation contributions so more people will be able to start using Zeitgeist.

Seif Lotfy

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