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    • Carlos Garnacho's avatar
      tracker: Drop Tracker code · e9215d33
      Carlos Garnacho authored
      The story of saved contacts in Tracker is a convoluted one,
      and this code is mostly an artifact. 65 Million years ago, when
      Nokia dominated the world, Maemo/meego relied on Tracker and had
      specialized contact apps that used it as a storage.
      
      After Elop hit the Earth, saved contacts barely survived the
      event, mostly feeding off a small Evolution plugin. But that
      was not meant to last long, the evolution plugin went extinct,
      taking all traces of saved contacts with it. Just the ontology
      remained, a hollow shell that yes, could be able to hold a
      contact, would they still exist.
      
      Modern times arrived, and with them the interest on archeology,
      thus this fossilized piece of code is found and taken to the
      museum where it belongs.
      
      Should Tracker-using contacts ever exist again, the way to
      communicate with them would be radically different, let this code
      be a testimony of how it won't be done.
      
      Fixes: #126
      e9215d33
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