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BasKet Note Pads

   2.0 Beta 2  

KDE Other Utility

Score 90%
BasKet Note Pads
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Link:  http://basket.kde.org/
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  33440
Submitted:  Jan 9 2004
Updated:  Oct 1 2010

Description:

This multi-purpose note-taking application can helps you to:

- Easily take all sort of notes
- Collect research results and share them
- Centralize your project data and re-use them
- Quickly organize your toughts in idea boxes
- Keep track of your information in a smart way
- Make intelligent To Do lists
- And a lot more...

This application provides several baskets where to drop every sort of notes: rich text, links, images, sounds, files, colors, application launcher...
Objects can be edited, copied, dragged... So, you can arrange them as you want!
This application can be used to quickly drop web objects (link, text, images...) or notes, as well as to free your clutered desktop (if any).
It is also useful to collect informations for a report. Those data can be shared with co-workers by exporting baskets to HTML.

For a more complete presentations, see:
http://basket.kde.org/

For a lot more screenshots showing all windows if the application, see:
http://basket.kde.org/screenshots.php

You can also take part in the BasKet Note Pads Usability Project to help improve this application:
http://basket.openusability.org/




Changelog:

[2010-09-30[ BasKet 2.0 Beta 2 Released

BasKet 2.0 Beta 2 has been released by Matt Rogers. Go get it!


[2010-03-23] BasKet 2.0 Beta 1 Released

The BasKet project is proud to announce the release of version 2.0 beta 1. This version serves as a pre-release version for developers and distributors and should not be considered suitable for a production system. BasKet 2.0 will be a new major release which brings Qt4 and KDE 4 compatibility to BasKet and paves the way for future releases which take advantage of KDE 4 technologies such as Akonadi and Nepomuk. Due to the pervasive nature of these changes, there may be inevitable bugs in some features of the new release. However, the new version is in many ways more stable and robust than previous releases (especially when running on the KDE 4 platform) and users are recommended to switch to the new version when it comes out.

We hope to release version 2.0 within a few months.

Previous versions of BasKet, which depended on KDE 3 libraries, are now considered deprecated and will no longer be maintained.




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 Grab Screen Zone

 
 by soliphant on: Jan 20 2012
 
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When I try to use this feature,the screen locks up. The esc key to quit does't work and the enter key does not put the selected screen zone into the basket. The only way to move forward it seems is to do a ctl-alt-delete and logoff.

I am running Ubuntu 11.10, KDE 4.7.3, and Basket of Notes 1.81.

I installed Basket from the Ubuntu Software Center. KDE as well.

I am also running a dual screen setup and the screen clipping is coming from monitor 2 while basket is running on monitor 1.

Does anyone have any ideas on what may be wrong?

Thanks, Steve


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 Dev. status?

 
 by m00nraker on: Sep 11 2012
 
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Hi, is Basket Note Pads currently unmaintained?
Last entry on the dev mailing list (sourceforge) is of Nov 2011. Will there be a final 2.0 or is it stuck? Who knows anything?


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 Re: Dev. status?

 
 by Holmes245 on: Jan 2 2013
 
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To be honest, I'm not surprised. Every developer who develops a open source software and then abandons it provides a reason for not using open source software. I was looking to move over to Linux and this was one of the apps I was looking at to possibly be an alternative to OneNote but nope - just another abandoned app. Linux is more work than it's worth - sticking to Windows/Mac. Thanks to the developers of BNP.


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 very good work!

 
 by guiuri on: Sep 13 2012
 
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Hello, I recently discovered BasketNote and now I use it as my default note taking application.

It is still missing a windows version (I would like to use it at work too).

Unfortunately it seems to be now "at Drydock" for two years.


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 Donations

 
 by guiuri on: Sep 13 2012
 
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Is there a way to make donations to this project?


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 Re: Donations

 
 by Holmes245 on: Jan 2 2013
 
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Or maybe just make it a paid app? That way, it won't be abandoned like most open source software is?


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 Re: Re: Donations

 
 by Strahlex on: Feb 18 2014
 
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There is a lot of good and maintained software out there most supported by companies. However a note taking application seems to be no stuff serious enough to maintain and to develop even Google has closed down their note taking service. Weird because many would like to pay for such an application. Open source does not mean it has to be free. I definitely would be pay 1€/m subscription for a good note taking application on linux and I think many users would.


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 Program Defunct

 
 by KitchM on: Apr 19 2013
 
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This program is no longer supported. It is not only not the best in the category, but it can cause problems that will not be fixed. I cannot even uninstall it. (CherryTree will import the files and arrange them almost exactly as they were before, even when Basket cannot open its own files.)

It is strongly advised that one not install or attempt to use it. And all references to promoting it should be removed from the Internet.


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 Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by aftermarketgirl on: May 22 2013
 
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Still unmatched for free-form note taking on an infinite canvas. Grouping/tagging/filtering. Way ahead of its time, and still superior to the alternatives despite being an abandoned project.

I hope that one day someone picks up this project and adds cloud sharing and compiles it across platforms for better collaboration.


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 Re: Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by alvanx on: Jun 22 2013
 
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http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=basket-devel&max_rows=25&style=nested&viewmonth=201303

Now the maintainers are actually planning to announce that it was abandoned. Really hope somebody will pick it up - and maybe rewrite it in Qt5?? :-)


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 Re: Re: Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by m00nraker on: Dec 20 2013
 
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Yes, please, this project needs new developers who continue or start a new beginning. The best thing would be a complete state of the art code rewrite on Qt 5 basis or better on Frameworks 5 basis. A state of the art note taking application like BNP would be so great. No Microsoft OneNote or KJots anymore.
Dreaming of it since years...


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 Re: Re: Re: Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by alvanx on: Dec 20 2013
 
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Oh that would be awesome. Though it seems like they still haven't made up their minds.

If I can add one more item to your wishlist: online sync so I can use the same software on different systems. :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by Strahlex on: Feb 18 2014
 
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Start a crowd-funding campaign. I would definitely bake it. It even could contain some cloud stuff syncing baskets and stuff (business people like cloud stuff).


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 Re: Still the Best-in-Class

 
 by Strahlex on: Feb 18 2014
 
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This kind of application is kind of a gap in the market. A QML rewrite should be kickstarted.


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