[ubuntu-uk] Mindmapping (was Loading Fiesty into Mac mini)

TheVeech theveech at gmail.com
Thu May 3 14:43:08 BST 2007

On Thu, 2007-05-03 at 13:49 +0100, Neil Greenwood wrote:
> On 29/04/07, TheVeech <theveech at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > I've decided to give Vym another chance because I rely on mindpammping
> > quite a lot and because there was only one dependency (libqt3-mt) with
> > it.  You never know, I might get attached to it.  If not, there's bound
> > to be another solution around soon.
> >
> Did you mean Kdissert? 'Cos otherwise this doesn't seem to fit with
> your previous views...

No.  Vym.  I'm trying to avoid the huge dependencies of using KDE apps
on a GNOME system.  I still prefer Kdissert by a mile, but Vym will get
me by.

> Just curious, since I'm also interested in mindmapping software.

There's also online mindmapping (the wikipedia article links to a site,
I think), but I don't know if there's a free (speech) version.  I'd be
particularly interested in this as a feature for things like
collaborative work, so if you find out anything, please post it!

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