openworld wrote:It looks like it could evolve into an app for tracing the evolution of any kind of sequential process – for example, creating an eLearning course or planning an intentional community.
An interesting interactive text<->diagram tool called Proquis AllClear Flowcharter offers a highly intuitive system for creating visual maps of sequential process steps. One can create a script in text format in a dead simple way, and a flowchart instantly appears.
Or, one can edit the flowchart diagram (including dragging and dropping a process to a new location in the diagram), and the script immediately adapts. A screenshot example: http://img.brothersoft.com/screenshots/ ... 863-1.jpeg
A change log might then let people see the evolution of a diagram, and ideally enable forking of part or all of the script/diagram at any point.
What do you think?
Diane wrote:Hi Matt,
Thanks for the presentation at the Users group meeting. It's very cool! I hope you do end up adding some screenshots to this post, because I think it will help people to understand your project better.
Happy to see the evolution. Best of luck!
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