I found a cool tool called plantuml which can generate a UML diagrams from plain text and it’s really, really cool. I think a lot of GSoC students could benefit from this when they are writing their proposals. It appears to have support for working within most editors/IDEs.
I thought UML was frowned upon in Agile methodologies
BTW I love Sparx Enterprise Architect, it would be great to have a license for OpenMRS.
You can also make sequence diagrams/use-case diagrams too. In plain-text!
I think UML can come handy in some cases. I don’t think Agile & UML should be mutually exclusive at all.
This can do use-case diagrams, sequence diagrams and a boatload of other things.