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[Bug 685828] Re: Enhance applications usage logging.
HI Omar!Thanks for your ideas...:)
With my last commit GAJ doesn't show anymore Application-events( so "Unknow" section will no more show up..:) ).
At the moment we have no plan for adding A "Used Applications" section but it's not a bad idea...we should discuss it...:).
However, feel free to open a new blueprint for that.
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Enhance applications usage logging.
Status in GNOME Activity Journal:
Status in Synapse:
Thanks for logging used apps into Zeitgeist! It's one thing I always missed in Zeitgeist.It's a pity it doesn't do it with items launched from gnome-main-menu or others.
Anyway here are some ideas. I assume you already have plans to explore that feature, so I may repeat your ideas.
Also, it would be very nice if those apps appeared under the "Applications" tabs in Synapse. For example, if I launch Syanpse and right away I press "down" under the Internet "tab", I see the last logged webpages. Same could be done for the "Applications" tabs. I also guess that using Zeitgeist to log app usage can be helpful to let Synapse make better choices and remember what we last launched.
Again, I assume you thought of some (or all) of these ideas. Hope at least one is new :)
Thanks for such a nice launcher, it replaced my other choices in 1 minute.
GNOME Activity Journal task:
Apps are logged under "Unknown". It would be nice to log it under "Applications" or "Synapse", the former being better, maybe in the future Zeitgeist could place there Applications used through other way different than Synapse.
Another thing, if I run Activity Journal and press on those logged items, synapse launches, instead of the application.
Currently apps as logged the same way libzg-gio-module logs them: actor is launcher, subject uri is launched app (application://xyz.desktop), interpretation: NFO_SOFTWARE, manifestation: NFO_SOFTWARE_ITEM (event int: ACCESS_EVENT, event man: USER_ACTIVITY).