lluengo at dgeo.udec.cl
Tue Jan 20 22:02:16 UTC 2009
Sam Albers escribió:
> Hello List,
> I am using Ubuntu 8.10. Here is my question.
> Do anyone have any suggestions for a decent file tagging system? I
> have a ton of pdf's of journal articles on my CPU and I need a way to
> quickly identify which pdf's are relevant to my current needs. That
> is, if I am looking for a paper on salmon, nutrients and
> deforestation, I would love a way that I could search for the PDF
> based on those keywords. Is there any way to add tags to files to
> enable such a keyword search? Currently I use a combination of folders
> and JabRef. However, this is unsatisfactory as many journal articles
> fall under multiple categories.
> I have encountered this Google Program:
> However, I thought I would ask if any knew of a good file organizing
> system where one could add their own tags that might be better or
> simply an sense of what other might use. Sorry if this is really
> simple but I am becoming lost in a mess of PDF's and I figure that
> there has to be some efficient way of doing this.
I think a quite simple method of organizing your files could be make a
pool of files (a folder), and then as many folders as tags you need and
under this tag make a symlink to the file in the pool.
Good luck with those pdfs!
Lorenzo Luengo Contreras
Administrador de Sistemas DGEO
Universidad de Concepción
Concepción - Chile
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