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Over new year, I've been playing around with Strigi and Nepomuk, which are the two technologies around desktop search and "making sense of your data". Strigi is the underlying library that is used to analyze all sorts of files and index those results. Nepomuk provides a semantic layer on top of this information, and a nice KDE API for easy integration in applications. While Nepomuk is only lately maturing, it shows some nice ways to interact with information on your desktop. Nepomuk uses RDF and ontologies to make sense of your data. It has the concept of types of data (think of a photo being an an image), and how those types relate to each other. It also stores metadata (for the photo example, that'd be size, camera model, and so on.

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