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Next New Things
Next New Things
There are many ways to participate in your online family history and genealogy community. One is to contribute plans and outlooks concerning your work with ancestral lineages. Over time, these contributions are anticipated to branch out and include publications, meetings, presentations, products and all the future can hold.
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FamilyChartmasters Now Has the Capability to Produce Ancestral Lines Numbered Charts!
The good people at FamilyChartmasters have developed in-house expertise to produce several types of charts... As below and elsewhere on this site, these include their Generation Maps as well as traditional Ancestor Charts and Ancestor Charts with Siblings.
Gramps New Feature Development 5468
Appears that Gramps -- the free, GNU open source genealogy program that released its "Tenth Anniversary Edition" in 2011-- has the first publicly acknowledged development effort to begin adding Ancestral Lines to its features set. If interested in helping, check into the Gramps New Feature development 5468.
The introducing Gramps user said, "I have implemented a modified version of the Detailed Ancestral Report which utilizes the Ancestral Lines Pairing System... I believe people may be interested in experimenting with it, and therefore in using Gramps. The modified Detailed Ancestral Report is attached. This could be made an option in the future."
RootsTech 2012 -- Proved the Winter Place To Be for Users and Developers
Check out the archived presentations and other goings-on from RootsTech 2012...
The second annual RootsTech convention was held in Salt Lake City, Utah in early February 2012, at which time a record number of participants heard from technology leaders and innovators in the family history industry, learned new skills and best practices, and discovered technology tools through interactive presentations and hands-on workshops.
Ancestral Lines was presented in an interactive forum by Capers McDonald during RootsTech 2012.
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