> you will find that putting a "semantic" view central fits in very well (in fact much closer than many file system usages) with how you would naturally organise your "stuff".
Consider a simple task: work with hundreds photos from a camera from the last trip. To manage the task a good starting point is to split photos into groups/folders with each group fitting on a screen. Doing that based on approximate timing with a file manager is very quickly even if one needs to move files between groups to get better semantic match between groups and the content. Then as each group fits on the screen, it is very easy to navigate between them and remove clearly bad photos.
The nice thing of such grouping is that it *quickly* creates a natural hierarchy, like whole-project-name/group-name/photo that allows later to find pictures by a trivial navigation in a file manager/open file dialogs. Again, the fact that group fits on the screen is rather important to avoid any scrolling while allowing image recognition in the brain to pickup the photo. So just by effortless initial setup I can locate an image among thousands using few clicks.
I see how the touch interface can help with such workflow. But can Plasma do it faster?