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Under KDE, I can add 'comments' to any File/folder. Where is all this data stored?

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Follow up with this: Unity/Gnome equivalent to the feature – Mahesh Jun 19 '12 at 19:20
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KDE userbase - Nepomuk:

...The information sidebar of Dolphin (View -> Panels -> Information, or press F11) presents information extracted by Strigi about the selected file, and also allows you to assign tags, ratings and comments to files. This information is then stored in Nepomuk...

Nepomuk data: ~/.kde/share/apps/nepomuk/...

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That kind of explains why nepomuk got auto-installed as dependency. :) – Mahesh Jun 19 '12 at 19:31

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