Last weekend I was invited to the KDE-PIM meeting in Osnabrück to represent Nepomuk. First of all I have to say: thanks a lot for inviting me, guys. The meeting was a lot of fun (although staying awake got harder during the course of the three days you crazy work-maniacs!) and it was great to see known faces again and meet new nice people. As they have during the last years Intevation hosted the event and I want to give a quick thanks to them, too.
So much for the introduction. Let's dive into the good stuff now. The main focus of the meeting were the plans for KDE 4.1 and the integration of Aknoadi. However, the part that is most interesting to me is the Nepomuk integration. And this is were I was very pleasantly surprised. I did not have to do any convincing or argumenting at all. It was obvious that Nepomuk would be the solution for search in Akonadi. And not only that. The understanding of the concepts was flawless.
So what are the plans for Akonadi-Nepomuk integration?
While this is by no means a complete list it shows the direction Nepomuk integration will take in KDE-PIM. A fact I am very happy about.
So much for the high level report about the KDE-PIM meeting. More technical details about the implementation and the problems that still have to be solved later...