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I've been hunting the web lately to find some docs of the nepomuk kioslaves. So far, I found nothing useful. I even dug through the KDE SVN repo but couldn't find what I was looking for.

So far I know of nepomuksearch: hasTag foo (or something similar). But that's about it.

On the other hand: Is there a way to list all files that are known (not necessarily indexed) by nepomuk?

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The !kde group on might have somebody who could point you in the right direction. There seem to be a number of people regularly posting messages about KDE things including nepomuk.

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interesting... didn't know about yet. I'll do some more digging. – exhuma Nov 17 '09 at 13:16
It's basically an Open Source Twitter alike (with less features so far), there seems to be quite a lot of Linux stuff on there. The software behind it is called is open source and can be installed to your own server to make your own microblogging site. – Amos Nov 18 '09 at 9:07

Does this helps you?

One of the first results when googling. Im not familiar with it, but doing a search on Google isn't that hard, is it? Get the right keywords man.

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Google it is not an acceptable answer on SU. Google is the SU home page. – BinaryMisfit Nov 16 '09 at 17:54
Telling people to google for their answer is not helpful. At the very least, why don't you share which keywords you used to get the answer, since coming up witht he right keywords can sometimes be difficult if you are unfamiliar with the problem domain. – pkaeding Nov 16 '09 at 18:22
Nothing is more irritating than coming up against result after result of "Google it" when searching for answers. – Phoshi Nov 16 '09 at 23:48
I actually found this already. Yes, beleive it or not: I googled before coming here! And no, it doesn't helps me ;) – exhuma Nov 17 '09 at 13:14

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