I believe I've seen other similar suggestions, so
forgive me if this is a duplicate.
I'm interested in the possibility of using FreeMind as
a taxonomy editor (notably for Drupal). I envisage a
process whereby I unload the taxonomy from Drupal into
FreeMind, then use FreeMind to play about with it
(moving, adding, deleting branches), and finally load
the FreeMind-modified taxonomy back into Drupal.
One problem is that the Drupal taxonomy has a number of
properties which are meaningless to FreeMind, but which
need to be carried about while I change things in
FreeMind. A simple way around this would be to have
FreeMind accept the existence of extra user-defined
attributes to nodes.
At its simplest, this would just accept their existence
(no display even, just refrain from deleting them). At
its most complex, you could imagine defining controls,
displays, even plugins for them.
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