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Kpapers: idea looks for developers!

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Kpapers: idea looks for developers!
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  855
Submitted:  May 25 2007
Updated:  Jun 6 2007

Description:

"Do you have dozens of PDF files from your favorite scientific articles scattered on your harddrive? Do you also try to desperately organize them by renaming and archiving them in folders? But like the piles of printed articles on your desk, you can't keep up with all the new papers you download, and despite all your efforts it has become impossible to find that one article."

This is how the authors of the Mac software Papers introduce their software. I believe that it is important for the scientific Linux community to have a similar application. Given that I'm not able to do such a software, I propose the idea and hope that some experimented developpers would work on that!

More ideas on the website of Papers:
http://mekentosj.com/papers/

I count on you!

Charles




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 Crap

 
 by suslik on: May 25 2007
 
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Crap like this has to labeled like "Idea" "request" or "Proposal" in the title.

Posts like these turn this site in a pile of random indistinguishable trash.


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 OK

 
 by dovidhalevi on: May 27 2007
 
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Looks like a tremendous package. Document management is one of the biggest areas today.

To start, specify and outline functionality desired. Maybe C++ and its ilk are not appropriate here.

Maybe there needs be a section on kde-apps for proposals, ideas and such without cluttering program listings. The foul language serves no one.


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 Possible Start

 
 by dovidhalevi on: May 29 2007
 
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Check out the Java frontend for xjigs jigsaw puzzles under other games here. (This is Java, no QT or KDE so probably did not belong here but that's where I put it a while back.)

Included is an image librarian. This will scan folders and produce a flattened menu of images (can even preview PDFs but not its strong point). Could easily be changed to PDF, RTF, etc., with more workable viewers than ImageMagick.


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 Papers

 
 by dalai on: Jun 1 2007
 
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A very interesting and useful piece of software indeed.

Regarding the possible start comment, it seems to me that UI-wise the Papers people got it right the first time, e.g. tabbed-browsing and pdf previews among other things. Personally I wouldn't go with the thumbnail approach of Referencer. Thumbnails are ok for photos but convey no information when you're looking for a specific paper. A list view where you can filter according to author, title, year, journal, etc. would be better.

I hope somebody starts a project in QT/KDE soon. Unfortunately I'm not very familiar with QT or KDElibs (and don't have the time to learn) but I'd like to help out where I can.


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 Re: Papers

 
 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 7 2007
 
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No, I would not use thumbnails here. My librarian is a graphics librarian where thumbnails are the way to go.

The functionality of a flat(ter) library structure than having to manually go through oodles of subfolders is what I illustrate here.

An expandable listreeview (ubiquitous) would be in order with some sort of preview pane.


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 Try KBib

 
 by siyuan on: Jun 6 2007
 
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Personally I use KBib to manage both the references and files. It's not perfect but it works. You can add references to actual files in KBib for each entry.


Simon Yuan
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 Improve Kbib

 
 by pauloerweber on: Jun 7 2007
 
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Take a look in KBib, then suggest the features that you want to KBib developers. The chances that you achive your goal will be enhanced.


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