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BasKet Note Pads

   2.0 Beta 2  

KDE Other Utility

Score 90%
BasKet Note Pads
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BasKet Note Pads
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BasKet Note Pads
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Link:  http://basket.kde.org/
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  33287
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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 Latex

 
 by enaut on: Feb 27 2008
 
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Hi,

I need a note takin app that is kapable od rendering Latex formulas. Is Basket capable of doing so? since I have to take notes for many mathematical formulas this is very important for me. A prety nice aproatch is done in Tomboy but it can nither export the latex images to html nor print it or something else.


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 google notebook?

 
 by xxpol on: May 26 2008
 
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I would like to sync my google notes with basket.
Will that be possible, in a next release?

Thank you

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Pol


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 Password option missing!!

 
 by symmcom on: Jun 10 2008
 
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Hi all,
Can anybody tell me why i cant see any Password protection option in my BasKet? I have installed version 1.0.2. Everything works fine. I already have quite a few notes, but no password feature. Is there any way to enable it so it shows in the BasKet menu?
Thanks.


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 KDE 4

 
 by eigenwert on: Mar 13 2009
 
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Basket is a great application and I'm very happy to hear that there will be a KDE 4 version!


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 Windows? Yes please!

 
 by JessicaB on: Jul 8 2009
 
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Firstly, wow! This application should be given all the support we can muster! It has a nice and simple approach that, if combined with being able to work on Linux, Mac and Windows and a bit of publicity (eg. everyone who likes Basket spread the news via word of mouth, blogs, etc), would give it a massive edge over its competitors, even paid ones like MS Onenote. Why? Because it's basket like structure is user defined, which is great because it is hard having to try and adapt to a piece of software that uses categories that are of little relevance to the individual user. It is also great that you can attach all sorts of files to things as well.

I was particularly impressed with the Getting Things Done template offered. Firstly - WELL DONE. Might I add that you have hit a real fad? The GTD thing has really taken off. If this can be publicised via blogs, word of mouth, etc Basket will grow in popularity exponentially. Why? Because so many currently available GTD apps are expensive, complicated and cannot really be customized. They often require you to have a piece of software like MS Outlook too.

So as far as developing this app goes, encouraging people to spread the word about this (especially programmers) would always help. Also, collaberating with Mozilla might be a possibility. Apps like the popular Evernote have extensions available for Mozilla's two big programs: Firefox and Thunderbird. So if Basket was able to create some extensions like that (say, a 'send to Basket' button in Firefox) this would give it more exposure. And also, there are a lot of programmers over at Mozilla...

So I don't know if anything I have suggested would be practical, but all the same, this app is great! Keep up the good work. (Any ideas when and if windows users can use Basket?)


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 Re: Windows? Yes please!

 
 by Elv13 on: Sep 26 2009
 
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It "work" on windows too, but it is not stable at all (even on Linux). Nobody really work at full time on the KDE4 version. If it continue like that I will do it until its ready, but I have 3 other apps to work on before.


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 Basket still in trouble?

 
 by kelp on: Oct 19 2009
 
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Very very good application, have been using for a couple of years.
I really hope it will continue to exist, and updated for KDE4.
Too bad I'm no developer, so I can't really help.


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