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A note taking application for KDE. Lots of features. This multi-purpose note-taking application helps you to:
* Easily take all sort of notes
* Collect research results and share them
* Centralize your project data and reuse it
* Quickly organize your thoughts in idea boxes
* Keep track of your information in a smart way
* Make intelligent To Do lists
cross-refrence getting-things-done notebook notepad tags todo-manager wiki works-offline
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The closest to MS's OneNote. It lacks some features like stylus support, it would be great if integrated with an app like xournal++ Updates aren't very frequent, I hope the popularity of the app with...See why people like BasKet 😍 Post your review
Basically an open-source, free alternative to Microsoft OneNote for Linux. It lacks the OCR and Super-tabbed features of OneNote, but if you are looking for something pretty close to OneNote for Linux, this is it.
The closest to MS's OneNote.
It lacks some features like stylus support, it would be great if integrated with an app like xournal++
Updates aren't very frequent, I hope the popularity of the app with grow.
It's a great app overall, if it's capable of integrating more features through work with other
FOSS applications it could be a real competitive alternative to MS's OneNote.
Version 2.0 Beta 2 was released in March 2010. I wish they'd develop BasKet for GNOME as well as KDE.
Brilliant program for ordering notes but unfortunately it lacks some important useful features like easily syncing your notes. For example netbook taking notes then syncing with main pc. The project also appears to be abandoned too. last news post was early 2008!
brings the WHOLE KDE stack with it!
Do yourself a favor, check MyTetra out. Its also Qt4, but its
And it has almost all features of Basket.
at this stage I can't see that MyTetra is really an alternative for Basket. It looks like the developer is working on a new version , but it's not yet out.