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November 30, 2006

Making architectural diagrams more understandable

Scott Wilson proposes a mashup stencil, essentially a set of icons for making UML 2.0 diagrams more understandable to the man or woman in the street.  Great idea...  I just wish they were available on something other than a Mac!

If I had more time, and access to the icons in some form that I could use on a PC, I'd consider doing one or more diagrams of the JISC Information Environment using these icons.

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You weren't the only one with a similar comment! Check out the post again, and you'll see a link to a Visio stencil for the PC...

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