This developer update announces map tutorial for new mappers. Additionally, maps now support new features: map notes, depicting movement, and depicting…
You can now create Warldey Maps without creating an account, try it out at https://mapkeep.com/.cartograph.
This update brings the highly requested feature of copying maps. Now, any Wardley Map you see on Mapkeep can be copied into one of your repositories…
Copying a Map Previously, when you attempted to copy a map into the same repository, for example from tristanls/.private to tristanls/.private, you…
In order to view comments and updates, maps now have a timeline. Anyone able to view the map can navigate through the comments made on that map. More in…
Comments are now editable. You can update them as needed.
Warldey Mapping Conversation with Ben Mosior
A few changes to the map timeline intended to improve usability.
Mapkeep maps are now able to keep their history, and the map timeline now enables examining this map history. Whenever someone makes a comment on a map…
Comments now include written notes pointing to places on the map. This addition of notes enables creating more interesting map histories that can look…
This developer update introduces your own personal private space for maps, visible only to you. Additionally, there’s now a way to provide your feedback…
I want to share with you a project I’ve been working on: Mapkeep. Mapkeep is a way to author and share Wardley Maps with the community. Here’s a brief…