Re: [nbos] Campaign Manager
David
Fri Mar 14th, 2008
I use mediawiki installed on a memory stick currently... and just use LOTS
of file: links to bring up maps and stuff... But I struggle with linking
different xml sources in and making them human readable... so I often
duplicate alot of effort around npc and pc notes.

On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 3:45 PM, Chris Tavares <cct-at-tavaresstudios.com>
wrote:

> I'd like it to have wiki-style autolinking.
>
> In fact, I'd like it to be more wiki-like than hierarchical. I've
> experimented with using Tiddlywiki for campaign tracking, but the
> difficulty
> in putting in external assets like graphics and keeping them all together
> gets in the way.
>
> -Chris
>
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> Subject: [nbos] Campaign Manager
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> Hi All,
>
> Some of you old timers on the list may remember the prototype of a
> campaign
> manager I released a few years ago called "The Keep". Basically it kept
> track of game notes, fractal mapper maps, character sheets, etc, all in a
> hierarchical structure. It also had a built in dice roller, was
> integrated
> with inspiration pad pro, and could import/export so you could share
> content.
>
> hypothetically ;-) ... lets say I was in the midst of rebuilding that into
> an actual product.
>
> If you were looking for such an application, what sort of functionality
> would you need?
>
> Ed
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