This release adds yet another update to the search feature by adding an All/Any switch to the tag search:
In the previous versions, searching by tags results in the fragments tagged with ‘all’ of the specified tags. From this version, you can switch between ‘all’ and ‘any’. ‘Any’ displays the fragments tagged with ‘any’ of the specified tags.
The ‘Any’ tag search produces another feature called “related fragments”. In the fragment page, the list view displays all the fragments tagged with any of the tags of the focused fragment:
You can download the latest version from: https://sourceforge.net/projects/piggydb/files/latest/download
I’ve stumbled upon an interesting article about Piggydb with the title above:
How to install PiggyDB on a Raspberry PI
The description of Piggydb in the article is concise and to the point.
If you don’t know PiggyDB yet, go have a look. To make it short, it’s your personal wikipedia. You can tag fragments (= an article), upload pictures or files, use its search engine to find what you stored in here. The smaller your fragments are, the better I think. Main features I forgot to speak about : Zero setup and it’s web application (Nothing to install anywhere else!).
We decided to give all of CeBIT talk attendees free copies of the Piggydb Supporters Edition which provides premium features in addition to the standard features.
We hope you’ll come to Piggydb’s talk in Hanover next week!