After a long silence I finally released a new version of the addon.
It might not show much on the outside, save the rendering of the task list window, where the previous pixelated display is gone.
More or less everything else was rewritten from scratch under the bonnet. I refactored the code base to allow for more structured programming approach. The ugly rendering of the task list has been replaced with the built-in JavaFX webkit based browser, that is not only better looking and faster, but the add-on doesn’t have to ship with a 1M bulk.
Starting this release the window several features were added to support side by side usage. The position of the task list can be saved, so if it’s closed it will open on the last screen position and use the same size. The window no longer closes when selecting a task, so it’s useful for navigation in the map. Task parsing, editing, archiving will refresh the task window straight away.
The release is available at the release page, on GitHub and on SourceForge.
If you like the addon, don’t forget to honor the work put into it by donating to the author.
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A new minor version of the addon is released, that resolves an interesting issue visible on Freeplane 1.6.1-alpha and later.
Continue reading “FreeplaneGTD 1.9.2 released “
After a little break the add-on is back with new features.
Continue reading “FreeplaneGTD+ v1.9.1 released”
In accordance with the long existing friendship between the Association of Enterprise Architects and the Atoll Group, Atoll was invited to present on the monthly gathering of the Hungarian chapter of the AEA.
Atoll was the first ever presenter on these monthly occasions of the Association and is following the life of the chapter ever since. This time Atoll has asked one of their major local client to share their experience with the SAMU enterprise architecture repository.
The presentation took place at the Telekom, who kindly offered their location for the event. Appearing on the stage was no other than Tamás Nacsák, the Chief Enterprise Architect at Telekom Hungary, and Gábor Vincellér, the development manager of the SAMU product. Continue reading “SAMU case study at Telekom featured on the monthly AEA event”
After a few weeks of downtime, I finally got myself together to put the site up again. It is still lacking in some respects due to the incompatibility of the new and previous Angular versions, but most functions are operational again.
Please feel free to experiment with it, and use the issue tracker to report any bugs found!
For the time being the database layer of the mindweb is down. I don’t currently have the few hours required to fix the service, so it will be down for a while!
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An article by Péter Lakhegyi and me that looks at business transformation from several angles, pointing out, where modelling your business may be able to help.
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