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Yes you did it - Alex - Congrats!p.s. but seems like worst thing happened to this project
Why? Please explain.
Maybe I`m wrong...because in previous post you said that something will happen later, but I`m not sure that the result will be same as for v1.2a, so currently it`s like this.The Diagramo is not open source anymore, it was the only diagramming project (I didn`t find anything like this) which is open and created using HTML5+JS(and no Flash) and you were able to see how that is created - e.g. learn from it. Now... its not possible to customize, add new features or participate in development.The things in v2.0 that points to that - there is no talk about customization and the sentence about "we all will die" is deleted. It seems like Diagramo is going to be just another online diagramming tool, but there are plenty of them - http://www.makeuseof.com/dir/tag/diagrams/ andhttp://open-tube.com/8-online-diagramming-tools-to-collaborate-draw-any-diagram-anywhere-anytime/ so without openess I dont see what is the beauty of Diagramo, because the HTML5+JS is already existing, for example www.lucidchart.com and its interface is far from Diagramo, so what is the idea now? I would understand that if you had the functionality and quality like mentioned lucidchart, then it could be closed, but currently its not and I think you loose the possibility to get feedback and improovments from side (which could possibly allow to grow till such functionality).Offcourse you are the owner of this project/product and you can make the decisions about which path to take. From previous post I can imagine some possible reasons for such decision, but maybe it would be better if you could tell your vision about Diagramo - what you expect, what is the goal?p.s. this is just view from side, possibly wrong, dont take it as blame