In the third installment of Gnome 2.2 features, we now talk about Tomboy, the note-taking application. The main improvement is notes synchronization.
Tomboy can now use WebDAV or ssh to connect to a remote server and synchronize all the notes that a user has made. This allows for users who use multiple computers to keep one set of synchronized notes between all the machines. Simplebetween the server and the Tomboy clients ensures that there is no data loss in case of a note conflict.
This is a very useful feature to those who use multiple computers such as a portable and a desktop or, as the image displays, a home and an office desktop. It is also useful for students who login using public access Linux-based laboratories. Now if only you can specify items that can be shared with others – now that will be a killer!