Nemo is a new way of managing files. Or rather not manage files. Currently it's a cross between a calendar and a file browser with labels. It's a free/open source GTK application written in C#.
Haven't you guys heard too many "what happens when you cross ..." jokes?
Sure. But people have trouble finding their documents and hate spending time managing them. The idea is to avoid all this by leaving the difficult-to-remember hierarchical tree structure behind and instead focus on some of the things that people do recall.
Like when they worked on the document, or the file type, or other characteristics.
We combine it with a labeling system which is arguably a more powerful categorization system than a hierarchy. So it's not that we think categorization in itself is a bad idea.
We realize this is not a one-size that fits all. We're mostly targeting documents. Maybe it won't help you.
What's New in This Release:
· Some nice small bugfixes and 3 new translations.