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Silence

   0.2.1  

KDE Other Utility

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Silence
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Silence
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Silence
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  258
Submitted:  May 15 2010
Updated:  Jun 22 2010

Description:

Silence is an information management tool.
It does not just store your data, it provides sophisticated search mechanisms so you are able to find the information you are looking for. Your data will be stored in a hierarchical way. You don't like that? No problem, use links to structure your data. You don't like that either? Fine, use the labels to organize your information. Of course you can mix all the available functions to manage your data efficiently.

Arch Linux user can install it form AUR.




Changelog:

Changes in 0.2.1
- window size and position of the sidebars will be saved
- user defined shortcuts for all functions
- working translation for german and czech
- show/hide the statusbar




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 Thank you!

 
 by vato on: May 15 2010
 
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This is just the sort of application i've been looking for. Thank you. Keep up the good work.


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 kubuntu 10.04 recompile

 
 by xweb on: Jun 24 2010
 
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Ttrying to recompile for 10.04. I am getting CMake Error: The source directory ".../silence/src" does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt


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 Re: kubuntu 10.04 recompile

 
 by munglaub on: Jun 24 2010
 
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Did you create a build directory inside the silence directory, changed into it and then ran:
cmake ..
make
sudo make install
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 Re: Re: kubuntu 10.04 recompile

 
 by xweb on: Jun 25 2010
 
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It worked but i had to install KdeLibs5-dev to solve some errors during the compile. I used check install to produce a Deb for 10.04.


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 Import, Export and archive

 
 by steelskin on: Oct 1 2010
 
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Nice program, however it could now do with ..

1. Import tool (csv, at least)

2. Export tool (to csv).

3. An archive feature, ie to zip the data up and save it all in a single gzip file.

4. A properties option that allows you to set the directory where the data is stored.

5. Ideally a import tool to import psion jotter files.


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 Re: Import, Export and archive

 
 by steelskin on: Oct 1 2010
 
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If you should add these features and need some real world data to test the csv imports let me know. I have jotter files and csv files that contain over 500 separate notes that I can test your code against.


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 Re: Re: Import, Export and archive

 
 by munglaub on: Oct 1 2010
 
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Some Import/Export features are on my todo list. I think some sample files could help. But I can't tell how long it will take to implement. There are a lot of things to do, so it may take while.


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 Re: Re: Re: Import, Export and archive

 
 by steelskin on: Oct 1 2010
 
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Great news. I'm more than eager to test imports. Maybe it could be written as some sort of plugin interface so that if necessary we could write our own plugin's. I'll keep an eye out for future releases.

Thanks for the work so far.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Import, Export and archive

 
 by steelskin on: Oct 1 2010
 
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In particular I would like to convert psion 5mx jotter files (like rtf notes).

This could actually be a two part process. If silence had a rtf import feature then a psion user could use a program called nconvert http://neuon.com/downloads/nconvert/ that they load onto their psion that then converts the jotter file to rtf's. These rtf file/s could then be imported in silence.

Just an idea. I can send some rtf generated by nconvert when you get around to adding these features.


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 some suggestions

 
 by avlas on: Oct 28 2010
 
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First of all, I wanted to really thank you for this great application. I am using it to keep records of my work, which is wonderful! :)

If you don't mind, I'd like to suggest you some features that I'd love to see in future versions of Silence:

- spell checking
- save as option (to save as odt, pdf, or just another name)
- option to print
- option to insert highlighted code (some code from kate might be used?)
- option to insert formulas (maybe by calling latex?)
- option to include captions to images
- options to put cross references (in the text, figures, equations...)

But maybe this is not the best place to suggest features. Is there any better place to do it and maybe also to follow the Silence roadmap?

By the way, it would be great if Silence could be integrated within Kontact. I used Kjots before, but it's a bit poor in features, so it would be awesome to have all my info (e-mail, contacts, feeds... and also my records within Kontact with Silence ;))


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 Re: some suggestions

 
 by munglaub on: Oct 30 2010
 
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Thanks your interest in Silence and the feature requests. The best place to make feature requests is the Silence website (http://silence.sekalura.net/index.php?tg=bugs&p=1&t=fr).

I plan to integrate Silence into Kontact but it might take a while because there are many interesting things to do.

At http://blog.sekalura.net I write occasional about Silence and announce new releases.


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 Re: Re: some suggestions

 
 by avlas on: Oct 31 2010
 
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Thanks for your fast response, I'll put my feature requests there then :)

I have added your blog to my feeds too ;)


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 compiling from source

 
 by virgolus on: Nov 4 2010
 
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Hi, I have kubuntu 10.10, I've extracted the source file, created build directory,gone to this dir, ran "cmake ..", ran make and then ran checkinstall but I have this output from console:

Scanning dependencies of target silence
make[2]: *** No rule to make target `../src/data/model/filtermodel.h', needed by `CMakeFiles/silence.dir/silence_automoc.o'. Stop.
make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/silence.dir/all] Error 2
make: *** [all] Error 2

Any suggestions?

Sorry for my english


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