Over the last few days, a large group of my minions and admires met in Sweden at EMD2017 to talk about me…in all my incarnation.
One of the most polarizing discussion was about whether I should stay graphical or whether I also needed to be textual. For those who do not know, I am a UML-based modeling tool and therefore graphical by nature.
However, some of my minions think that I would be more usable if I also allowed them to create/edit models using text (just like this posting, but in a model instead of a blog post.
During the meeting, there was a lot of discussion about whether it was a good idea or not, whether it was useful or not, whether I was even able to support this!
The main point made by the pro-text minions was that many things are simply easier to do by writing text rather than drawing images, but that both could be supported. Other minions were saying that it was simply impossible.
Now, this is all a bit strange to me. After all, when I look at my picture, I am an image, but then I can express myself in text (again, like in this posting).
Regardless, any new capability given me makes me happy!
And I wonder how I would look as text…
I think I like myself better as an image, but it’s good to have a choice. In the end, I trust my minions.
Filed under: Papyrus, Textual Tagged: modeling, Textual, uml