Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Feb 2006 23:01 UTC, submitted by Mitarai
KDE "The KDE desktop of SUSE Linux 10.1 (and the future enterprise products built on it) will contain a KDE frontend for Beagle called Kerry. For this Beagle has been split into non-GUI and GUI parts, some backends are now in sub-packages (Evolution, Firefox) and the libbeagle API has been improved in parts. Besides generic file indexing Beagle already contains backends written by Debajyoti Bera and others for KMail, Kopete, and Konqueror's web history cache."
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RE[2]: About time
by davidiwharper on Fri 24th Feb 2006 00:29 UTC in reply to "RE: About time"
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Kat had problems in Mandriva 2006 as well (see and Mandriva saying the same thing at The comment has more to do with Kat (which is immature) than with GNOME or Beagle.

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RE[3]: About time
by abhaysahai on Fri 24th Feb 2006 01:34 in reply to "RE[2]: About time"
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Please dont bring KDE/Gnome into this.
We all knw about beagle and have been waiting for it. Beagle and Xen are about the most talked features of past 6 months. If KDE is making use of this, then this is good for open source community in general. For developers we can think it of as component re-use.
Not to forget that there already existed some KDE clients for Beagle like yabi ( )
yaBi (Yet Another Beagle search Interface) is a python-kde-beagle search
interface to find information from beagle.

Edited 2006-02-24 01:40

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