Announcement: MindTree for Python beta -- feedback appreciated

Discussion in 'Python' started by Ron Longo, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. Ron Longo

    Ron Longo Guest

    I would like to take the time to announce the first public beta for Mindtree
    2. MindTree is an Information Organizer/Outliner, note taker, web publisher
    written for Python 2.6 and Qt4. MindTree 2.x is a complete rewrite. The
    original MindTree was written for Tkinter and Tix. The original product,
    which never got past alpha version, has reached end-of-life. Its current
    state is unknown and unsupported.

    The MindTree project can be found and downloaded here:
    http://code.google.com/p/mindtree/

    Please note that this is a first beta of a complete rewrite. It is
    suggested that this version of the software be used for evaluation purposes
    only.

    MindTree is targeted for those who have a need to organize and publish to
    the web large amounts of information. This information is organized in the
    form of an outline. The Application GUI displays a dual-pane editor in
    which the outline is viewed as a collapsible tree on the left and notes for
    the outline entries are displayed and edited on the right. MindTree will
    take any outline and create a web site from it which has a similar layout
    and functionality to the MindTree desktop application complete with
    collapsible/navigable tree on the left and notes on the right.

    Some future plans for MindTree include ReStructured Text editing, improved
    text styling capabilities, Inclusion of structured text objects into
    articles such as lists and tables and customizable HTML generation.

    Thanks for you interest,
    Ron Longo

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    Ron Longo, Dec 4, 2008
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