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What future holds for KDE’s Nepomuk?

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A recent post by Phoronix predicted that Nepomuk would stop being supported and be obsolete by this year. The article claimed, “It appears there isn’t much of a future left to KDE‘s Nepomuk framework that was developed at a cost of 17 million Euros… It’s going to be replaced going forward in the KDE land.”

That’s not true. First of all those 17 million Euros were not spend on KDE; those were invested in the Nepomuk project and Nepomuk KDE was just a small part of the entire project.

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