Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Jun 2007 22:14 UTC
KDE "If you visited the Plasma project's outdated Web site in past weeks, you might have gotten the impression that the team behind the project to revitalize the KDE desktop hasn't been up to much these past months. Delve into KDE's SVN repository, mailing lists, or the mind of lead developer Aaron Seigo, however, and you'll find a more exciting story." More here.
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RE: Dolphin
by ppenz on Fri 22nd Jun 2007 07:44 UTC in reply to "Dolphin"
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On the blog AdamW linked above there's also a video showing Dolphin, the file manager, and I noticed something somewhat strange.

Rating my files? Why?

I can understand tagging and commenting my files, for search purposes, but why would I rate my files?

Applications like Amarok or Digikam allow to rate e. g. pictures and audio-files. So when browsing through your pictures- or music-collection with Dolphin you can access to these ratings, can sort the current view by ratings etc.

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RE[2]: Dolphin
by gonzalo on Fri 22nd Jun 2007 10:26 in reply to "RE: Dolphin"
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I imagined it would be something like that.

However, I still don't get the need to rate my files. I mean... I've got some music, but I don't really like it? And... am I going to look for the best image I have?

I understand ratings in a place with many (and I mean a lot) people voting. You can then use those ratings as an estimate of popularity. But on my desktop, where only I use my files, or at most I share them with my girlfriend, why would I need to remind myself of how much I like a certain song?

I could make a playlist of the songs I like best, but I could do this anyway with a "favorite" tag. I may look for songs I really like a lot, but am I ever going to look for the songs I don't like or are so-so?

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