Imagine an Integrated Desktop Search Engine that re-index every work you write, every file you create, every “content”… as you do that things… in a very discreet way. Every developer will thinks it’s a very difficult “mission”, it isn’t? ;)
Ok, but take a look here:
The GNU/Linux Semantic Storage System (GLS³) is a solution designed to facilitate the management and retrieval of your data. It is a solution that distances you from thinking about Where you store your data to What your data is. With GLS³, you can organize and retrieve your data based on their semantics, based on What they mean to you, and not based on their hierarchical location. GLS³ is an open source semantic storage solution for GNU/Linux that indexes your data, extracts from it metadata and relevant information, allows you to organize it using queries and tags, an API to allow Developers to integrate searching and organization capabilities in their application, an extensible plugin-based Type System, shared schemas between applications through an API, a pseudo file system for backward compatibility, a web interface, As-You-Type searching and more.
I suggest also to take a look to the published demo-videos: these are very interesting and… pregnant!
For Developers and Expert Users:
Better than Beagle or other similar projects? Test and Answer, please! ;)