[User]

who has lots of PDFs to read

[Requirement]

  1. where is my PDFs (don't want open Nautilus)

  2. which one am I going to read

  3. can I make notes

[Plan in hackweek]

  1. lists local files

    ~/Documents, ~/Downloads and other local file

  2. mark tags

    same with Nautilus

  3. keep notes

    comment system, but comment to myself!

  4. online support

    sync local PDFs with an online server

    - Baidu Cloud which is the most popular in China
    

[Extend]

  1. online (ftp, smb, owncloud...)

  2. PDF store

  3. Sharing PDF/comments with Friends

  4. Maybe universal, could be applied to other editor/viewer

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This project is part of:

Hack Week 11

Activity

  • almost 5 years ago: dliang started evince: personal pdf center
  • almost 5 years ago: dliang originated evince: personal pdf center
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    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      Developed here: https://github.com/initlove/document-center. Make it a lib, evince can use it. Ideally, it could be used in other document readers either.

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      There is a qt project, reader? need to read that. Docker store?

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      qt project: Okular. seems not what I want..

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      add patches to evince. updated. now I can read all pdf with thumbail under ~. Evince support annotation, so need to dig into that, or maybe not?

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      productive day. todo tomorrow: 1) sync/send to cloud (baidu) 2) tag it with todo/finish/comment

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      sync to Baidu, list Baidu, tag all the local file were all done!!!!!

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      The introduction slide is here: http://www.slideshare.net/initlove/hackweek-documentcenter

    • dliang
      almost 5 years ago by dliang | Reply

      En.. in sle12, we have gnome-document, It is better to do it there!

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