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I use Freemind extensively to create mindmaps of ideas. Right now I have to generate PNGs and attach to wiki or sometimes (for deeper mindmaps) generate HTML and link it from the wiki.
I use FreeMind extensively to create mindmaps of ideas. Right now I have to generate PNGs and attach to wiki or sometimes (for deeper mindmaps) generate HTML and link it from the wiki.
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I got the first half of this idea implemented; you can use the [FreeMindPlugin] to browse, zoom, fold/unfold, print, etc. an attached mindmap file (.mm) created by FreeMind.
As for the second half - it can be done, but not in the way suggested above. First, the JWS launching part: The following is a quote from the FreeMind [FAQ|http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Asked_Questions]
;:Well, it's not that easy. Joerg Mueller succeeded in doing just that and has sent his source code to Daniel Polansky, who did not succeed in getting it running; he did not consider that a high priority. What is important is that Microsoft Windows users have a convenient installer, and the users of the other operating systems are already used to not so convenient methods; the installation is pretty straightforward anyway.
So JWS launching was done before. Second, saving the mindmap as an attachment to the wiki page. I think this can be implemented not as an extension to the JSPWiki [FreeMindPlugin], but as a [FreeMind Plugin|http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Plugins]. FreeMind (the "max" version) comes with plugins that allow you to save a mind map as a SVG or as a PDF; I believe it would be simple to create one that saves the mindmap as a JSPWiki attachment. This plugin could then be bundled together with the JWS version and we would have the full circle Wiki->FreeMind->Wiki.
--NascifAbousalhNeto, 22-Jun-2006
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What about some tool, maybe based on Freemind or/and JSP-Wiki, that parses through the WikiPages and creates a ConceptMap (=Net) or Mindmap (=Tree) based on the Links in the Pages. This could then be used as SiteMap and also to quickly create some empty, but already related pages.
See also these links:
* http://www.jspwiki.org/Wiki.jsp?page=TouchGraphWikiBrowser
* http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?VisualizeTheWiki
* http://touchgraph.sourceforge.net/
* http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/TouchGraph
--[Manuel J. Schaffner|http://www.mjs.ch], 28-Jul-2006
;: Hi Manuel, thank you for the links. Check the [WikiMap] plugin. It is seriously cool. I am looking into ways of doing something similar with the FreeMindPlugin as well, maybe taking input from TasksPlugin. -- [Nascif Abousalh-Neto], 28-Jul-2006
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