BasKet - This is one of my favorite KDE applications. BasKet is called by some a killer application for Linux, due to its completeness regarding features and a different approach compared to other notes applications.Read more »
Basket Note Pads is a multipurpose note-taking application for KDE. Business people can use it to keep track of important tasks and notes. Writers can use it to organize their thoughts. Students can use it for note taking. And generally anyone can use it as a virtual paste bin or clip drawer. Basket was one of the last KDE 3 programs to be ported to KDE 4.Read more »
This is a review of three of the most popular notes-taking applications for Linux: BasKet, Tomboy and KNotes. I included the screenshots below the reviews, at the end of the article.
In my opinion, this is the most powerful and beautiful notes application I've ever seen. The last stable version is 188.8.131.52 for KDE3, but a port is in the works for KDE4 too.
I was lately impressed by a nice application I recently included in the 20 Essential KDE Applications article. I'm talking about BasKet, a full-featured and complete notes-taking application for KDE.Read more »
Note-taking applications are far from scarce on GNU/Linux desktops. If your needs are simple, you can use KNotes in KDE or Sticky Notes in GNOME. However, by far the most versatile note-taking application is KDE's Basket, a tool so flexible and complete that you might prefer to think of it as a personal wiki, a producer of scrapbooks, or even a creator of temporary desktops.Read more »