I have decided that I will take over development of the Notemeister project. In the absence of any contact from the original author, and in note of the fact that the code is licenced under GPLv2, I have created a fork of the project that can be found at http://github.com/robotii/notemeister/tree/master. No changes have been made to the original code as yet, although one thing I’m considering is to change the name of the project.
Future enhancements are likely to include OPML support for exporting and importing, and a general tidy up and freshening of the UI. I would appreciate any ideas or comments on what to do with the project, as there are sure to be some ideas that I haven’t yet thought of.
The original Sourceforge page of the project is here if anyone wants to look and see what the project is all about. I have included the project description below.
Notemeister is a small, simple note organizer made for the GNOME2 desktop. It’s features include:
- Notes stored in a tree view and structure
- Drag and drop support for reordering notes
- Simple text formatting by highlighted bounds
- Auto-save feature
- Import/Export to/from text files
- Link notes to a file on disk
Currently, dependancies include:
- Python 2.3.3
- PyGTK >= 2.3.92 (unstable 2.4)
- PyOrbit 2.0.0
- GNOME-Python 2.0.2
Currently I am unable to maintain the sourceforge page for the project, so this is a code only fork.
Ideas and suggestions can be posted below until I get a better solution in place.