I’m excited to see the first stable release of KBibTeX for KDE Frameworks 5. I know it’s been a long time coming.
We have a lot of terror at work. Also, the same scriptwriters and actors…
Ironically, my iPhone has a tough time getting a GPS connection when I walk around Caltech. At one point, Runkeeper let me know I had just walked a 3-minute mile. My plotted route shows all sorts of fun zigs and zags.
Conquirere allows you to add bibliographic data such as journals, books, proceedings papers, articles and many more to Nepomuk. Combine this data with the documents on your harddisk or some online storage and helps you to organize your data to quickly find some parts of your research again.
It sounds pretty neat. I gave it a shot tonight, and had to work out some compilation issues. I had a version mismatch between soprano and qt4, then I needed a newer version of kbibtex. At that point, Nepomuk blew up, which slammed my computer and made it freeze for several minutes. But eventually, I was able to get Conquiere running.
For being new software, there’s a lot of functionality and polish! JÃ¶rg Ehrichs has done a great job of organizing things. The icons are colorful, the search is full-featured. I really look forward to seeing how it continues to develop.