What can I do to get this Virtuoso backend project started again - with a view to structurally resolve the worst KMAIL problems?
Hello Steve and Everybody
> It is unfortunate that Akonadi and Nepomuk require what amounts to two
> full-on databases to function: MySQL for Akonadi and Virtuoso for Nepomuk.
> At one time, there was effort to create a Virtuoso backend for Akonadi, so
> that we could do everything with a single database. That work has, alas,
Pls. explain briefly what I (and perhaps some others) can do to get this Virtuoso backend project started again - something like this could structurally resolve problems with KMail and Kontact. Do I need to learn code writing for -amongst others - Unix via Kate or KDevelop? Can you recommend me one or few tutorials relevant in this context?
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