Registered 2008-01-31 by Peter Rullmann

(Meta) Sepia is a new, general file browser for Linux. It integrates features like tagging, virtual folders, metadata search and type-specific views and actions. These features are all well known from domain specific file browsers like F-Spot or Amarok and are now usable for all files. It manages folder types which helps the user interface to adapt to the shown directory.
(Meta) Sepia is written with Ruby-GNOME2 and uses (Meta) Tracker as indexing backend and metadata storage.

There is a discussion list over at Google groups:
http://groups.google.com/group/metasepia

The presentation slides and video of the FOSDEM'08 lightning talk about (Meta)Sepia can be found here:
http://blog.p4n.net/2008/02/slides-of-metasepia-lightning-talk-at.html
http://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/fosdem-video/2008/lightningtalks/FOSDEM2008-sepia.ogg

A description of how the predictive folder tree for navigation works can be found here:
http://blog.p4n.net/2007/11/sparse-navigation-tree-for-file.html

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Maintainer:
Peter Rullmann
Driver:
Peter Rullmann
Licence:
GNU GPL v2

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Latest version is 0.4.1a
released on 2008-02-02

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