See this post for details.
It doesn't help that I'm the only one doing this in my institution.
And to answer other replies, I had a *huge* flame with a Detroit professor because he wanted to keep other things closed - luckily I won that battle and the stuff went out as LGPL.
I have a bunch of software I've been very willing to set free (it has already even GPL3 headers!) but I can't, because it might be publishable one day.
And so, it'll keep on being hidden...
Actually, after getting out in (very rough shape) in 4.7, KMail got a new maintainer, and he's been fixing bugs and improving things like crazy (look at the commits by "montel").
Also other people have been working on other parts of the infrastructure and there are more fixes on the way.
Lastly, you're putting together two things unrelated to each other: Akonadi is a local cache for PIM data (contacts, mails, calendars...), while Nepomuk is a framework used to organize data semantically (and used a lot in other bits of the KDE platform), which is used in Akonadi to store mail and contact data for searching.
Compared to Romney, Obama is likely to be somewhat less friendly to hedge funds and private equity companies
Disclaimer: I'm not a US citizen and I found the presidential election to be a fight between two pygmies.
However, did the "less friendly" included giving a massive bailout that basically socialized the losses made by the people who created the subprime bubble?
The best book on programming for the layman is "Alice in Wonderland"; but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman.