Recently there have been some posts on Nepomuk in KDE. Tobias König blogged about how to Pimp my Nepomuk. He explains how for many users redland is still the default backend and how to change that. He gives the most important pointers on how to enable the java-based sesame2 Soprano backend. Thomas McGuire gives a very good introduction into what Soprano, Nepomuk, Strigi, and Akonadi are and how they relate. This was a much needed post. Thank you for that, Thomas! And finally mat69 gives his ideas on how to improve the desktop search experience with Nepomuk. He has some good ideas that should really be implemented.
Can somebody please tell me how to get 40 hours out of the work-day? That would really help! ;)