Meganizer

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Description:

The application Meganizer allows you to manage your mediacollections. You can insert books and music. With the functionality of this application, you get not only an overview and search functionality through your collection, but you can also manage your and the wishes of other persons and you can manage your present ideas. So you won't forget any of your wishes or important ideas!

Features

[li]Manage Books[/li]
[li]Manage Movies[/li]
[li]Manage Music (Several Devices, Pieces and Tracks)[/li]
[li]Wishlists for your wishes and the wishes of other's[/li]
[li]Presentidea's to make other's happy[/li]
[li]Lists of medias related to a project (e.g.: Literaturelist of master thesis)[/li]
[li]Manage your rented medias from others and to others[/li]
[li]Buy medias from online providers[/li]
[li]Share your media collection with other people easily[/li]
[li]Meganizer is ready to be installed under Windows and many Linux distributions[/li]

Differences to competitors

[li]multi user system[/li]
[li]network capable[/li]
[li]platform independent[/li]

Links

[li]Live-CD: http://ftp.engsas.de/livecds/meganizer-latest-livecd.iso[/li]
[li]Documentation: http://doc.engsas.de/meganizer[/li]
[li]Download stable Versions: http://ftp.engsas.de/stable[/li]
[li]Download prerelease Versions: http://ftp.engsas.de/unstable[/li]
Last changelog:

8 years ago

2013-04-04 - Released Meganizer-0.5.0

Meganizer 0.5.0 has been released. It is based on LibEngsas 0.5.2 (http://en.engsas.de/libengsas)and fixes some minor issues. Also the Amazon API is updated.

We moved the packaging to the opensuse build service. Therefore you find all linux repositories for Meganizer now at http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/engsas/

2010-12-10 - Released Meganizer-0.3.2

Meganizer 0.3.2 has been released. It now supports movies as new media type. Also it is possible to assign keywords to each medium.

[li]Now supports movies[/li]
[li]Keywords can be assigned to a medium[/li]
[li]Added packages for Debian Sid, Fedora 14 and Ubuntu Maverick[/li]

2010-10-19 - Released Meganizer-0.3.1

Meganizer 0.3.1 is released now. All linked repositories are updated and tested.
From now on, also the stable repositories at http://ftp.engsas.de/stable can be used

2010-10-18 - openSUSE Repository running

The openSUSE repository is now up-to-date and useable.

2010-10-08 - Published Gentoo Ebuild

2010-10-02 - Meganizer with KDE binding at Ubuntu repository

Our Ubuntu repository now contains a KDE version of Meganizer named meganizer-kde. The KDE version uses KWallet to store passwords and the file dialog of KDE to select files and directories.

snock

6 years ago

For how could archlinux install?

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EngSaS

6 years ago

Hello!

Currently we do not provide arch linux packages. Therefore you must compile it yourself. But it should be quite easy.

As dependencies you need:

- qt4
- Qt4 mysql plugin
- optional KDE library (if you want to use KWallet for example)
- LibEngsas (you must compile it yourself too, s. http://sourceforge.net/projects/libengsas/)
- optional Qca with qca-ossl plugin (if you want to use amazon)

For building Meganizer than, follow the documentation at http://doc.engsas.de/meganizer/en/sec-Packages.html#sec:BuildFromSource

Regards,

Joachim Langenbach

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gohanz

8 years ago

I don't know if it is a bug. But on my Slackware 13.1 Meganizer start by default in German.
It's possible to enable the English language.

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EngSaS

8 years ago

Good afternoon,

thanks! Yes it was a bug.

It should be fixed now in branch 0.3.0-rc2 and will go into the packages this week.

Joachim Langenbach

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gohanz

8 years ago

Same problem with the lastest source.

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EngSaS

8 years ago

Good Morning,

Meganizer stores the "choosen" default language in ~/.config/EngSaS/Meganizer.conf. May be it is in there from your last run. The option is named defaultLang. Just delete this line or the whole file.

I've tested it on Fedora 13 (with RPM Package, but it is build from latest source) and

LANG=en_US.UTF-8

where the fist two characters are used to determine the choosen language, if defaultLang is not set at the config file.

I hope this will help and I'm glad to here whether it was the solution or not!

Nice sunday,

Joachim Langenbach

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gohanz

8 years ago

Many thanks Meganizer work fine now!

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Vistausss

8 years ago

It sure looks nice and you're description is also very nice :)
But maybe you can also put in the description the reasons why Meganizer is better than other similiar apps, like for example the most popular in this kind (for KDE), Tellico (www.tellico-project.org)?

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EngSaS

8 years ago

Good Morning,

thank you for this hint. The differences are already mentioned in the text, but they seems to be not clearly outlined enough. So we try to write a new text and point out the advantages more clearly.

Kind regards,

Joachim Langenbach

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8 years ago

2013-04-04 - Released Meganizer-0.5.0

Meganizer 0.5.0 has been released. It is based on LibEngsas 0.5.2 (http://en.engsas.de/libengsas)and fixes some minor issues. Also the Amazon API is updated.

We moved the packaging to the opensuse build service. Therefore you find all linux repositories for Meganizer now at http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/engsas/

2010-12-10 - Released Meganizer-0.3.2

Meganizer 0.3.2 has been released. It now supports movies as new media type. Also it is possible to assign keywords to each medium.

[li]Now supports movies[/li]
[li]Keywords can be assigned to a medium[/li]
[li]Added packages for Debian Sid, Fedora 14 and Ubuntu Maverick[/li]

2010-10-19 - Released Meganizer-0.3.1

Meganizer 0.3.1 is released now. All linked repositories are updated and tested.
From now on, also the stable repositories at http://ftp.engsas.de/stable can be used

2010-10-18 - openSUSE Repository running

The openSUSE repository is now up-to-date and useable.

2010-10-08 - Published Gentoo Ebuild

2010-10-02 - Meganizer with KDE binding at Ubuntu repository

Our Ubuntu repository now contains a KDE version of Meganizer named meganizer-kde. The KDE version uses KWallet to store passwords and the file dialog of KDE to select files and directories.

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