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Well, if we would ever decide to discontinue using this plugin, we need to have a way of preserving all the data and being able to export and manipulate it in some other software. Is this possible?
Is there for example an option to export this and import to the most well known diagramming tool or some other well known commercial tool for diagrams?
Good question actually: we are facing this question at the moment and have to decide whether or not to continue with draw.io as the newest versions are not free anymore. One of our major concerns is, if we discontinue with draw.io, how much work will it be to find all the pages where a draw.io diagram is placed and convert the drawing to something else. If it is a lot of manual work, I might advice to discontinue the plugin right now, so it will not be more work even in a year. We don't mind paying a fair price for a plugin, but we do mind getting too dependent on any plugin or tool. The current version we have is incompatible with Confluence 5.7. Does anyone know if it is possible to get a list of all Confluence pages where a Diagramly diagram is placed, so I can make an impact analysis?
Fully agree with becoming dependent on a tool that can then change terms and hold you hostage. To combat this we took the following steps:
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