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.… Read More FreeplaneGTD v2.0.0 released
I’ve been contacted about my FreeplaneGTD addon, if it could be used for creating and maintaining work-breakdown-structures (WBS). As there is a huge difference between what WBS and GTD is used for, I have to turn down the idea of integrating any kind of WBS support into the already quite bloated GTD add-on. Nevertheless I… Read More WBS for Freeplane
Recently a friend of mine, who works in insurance, told me that he just heard of the PSD2 Directive, and asked me if I knew what would it mean to them in the insurance business. I could not answer straight away, as I currently work in the bank sector and thus on the receiving end of… Read More PSD2 for insurance
After using my addon for a while, I’ve completely got fed up with the ugliness of the task list. The flying saucer library, I’ve used to display the list is great for simple HTML display. When you consider what the original list looked like it’s a great improvement. Unfortunately it was quite difficult to get… Read More FreeplaneGTD rebooted
A new minor version of the addon is released, that resolves an interesting issue visible on Freeplane 1.6.1-alpha and later.
Due to the increase in IT talent demands inexperienced programmers will be forced to design cloud enabled software, which can quickly lead to security issues. … Read More Predictions for 2017
The most important change is that the add-on will remember it’s last window position.
Some long forgotten translation updates were added and fixed.… Read More FreeplaneGTD+ v1.9.1 released
It’s been a while since I last posted anything significant on this blog. Just to show I’m alive I try to summarize what’s going on around me. First of all I started coauthoring the articles of the Atoll Group, which meant most of the ideas I was going to share here went there. I also got… Read More State of affairs
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… Read More 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… Read More Mindweb is back up again