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Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375860 is a reply to message #375859] Mon, 26 December 2005 13:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: sdemathieu.gmail.com

Hello all,

I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased about
this
initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of modeling
technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.

The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not implemented
in the context of other projects so far, which would fall into the scope
of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are clearly stated
in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards), others are related at
various degrees.

As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse projects
related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you would consider
possible collaborations with MDDi.

As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would play
modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
project
(e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.

Thanks,

Sébastien

Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:

> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the formation,
> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the project,
> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse Modeling
> Project Project Proposal page at
> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375861 is a reply to message #375860] Tue, 27 December 2005 12:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
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Hello Sébastien,

Yes, we agree that improved collaboration between existing modeling-related
projects is an important goal of forming the top-level project. As indicated
in the proposal, this would include both MDDi and GMT, although the details
have yet to be discussed.

Thank you for your support of this project, and your feedback.

Best Regards,
Richard

> Hello all,
>
> I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased
> about
> this
> initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of
> modeling
> technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.
> The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not
> implemented in the context of other projects so far, which would fall
> into the scope of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are
> clearly stated in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards),
> others are related at various degrees.
>
> As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse
> projects related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you
> would consider possible collaborations with MDDi.
>
> As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would
> play
> modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
> project
> (e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.
> Thanks,
>
> Sébastien
>
> Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:
>
>> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the
>> formation,
>> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
>> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the
>> project,
>> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse
>> Modeling
>> Project Project Proposal page at
>> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375862 is a reply to message #375860] Wed, 04 January 2006 16:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
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Hello Sébastien,

As you have thankfully pointed out to us, parts of the proposal are not visible
when using Firefox. So until this is fixed, others may want to view it using
a different browser if they had previously used Firefox.

Thanks again,
Richard

> Hello all,
>
> I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased
> about
> this
> initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of
> modeling
> technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.
> The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not
> implemented in the context of other projects so far, which would fall
> into the scope of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are
> clearly stated in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards),
> others are related at various degrees.
>
> As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse
> projects related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you
> would consider possible collaborations with MDDi.
>
> As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would
> play
> modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
> project
> (e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.
> Thanks,
>
> Sébastien
>
> Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:
>
>> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the
>> formation,
>> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
>> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the
>> project,
>> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse
>> Modeling
>> Project Project Proposal page at
>> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375863 is a reply to message #375862] Wed, 04 January 2006 19:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bjorn Freeman-Benson is currently offline Bjorn Freeman-BensonFriend
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This flaw has been fixed. Browse at your leisure. Thanks for Sebastien
for noticing.

> As you have thankfully pointed out to us, parts of the proposal are not
> visible when using Firefox. So until this is fixed, others may want to
> view it using a different browser if they had previously used Firefox.
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375884 is a reply to message #375859] Mon, 13 February 2006 13:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
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Member
Hi !

Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
(www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
modeling project.

Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
platform !

Regards,

--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
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Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375886 is a reply to message #375884] Mon, 13 February 2006 14:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
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Hello David,

Thank you for your (continued) interest and support. At this point, we'd
be interested in specific feedback on the proposal and areas of contribution
you'd be willing to consider. We plan to have a face-to-face meeting on
the 28th to discuss the project, its charter, and to formulate a plan for
recruiting new contributors (like yourself). If you can provide additional
feedback by that time, it would be most helpful.

Thanks again,
Rich

> Hi !
>
> Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
> (www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
> modeling project.
>
> Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
> good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
> platform !
>
> Regards,
>
> Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
> ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
> Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
> Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
> http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375888 is a reply to message #375886] Mon, 13 February 2006 14:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
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In the next monthes, we will work on a lot of topics such as Code
generation, Parser and Text editor generation (in general manage
concrete syntaxes).
But we are also interested in the validation framework, transformation
tools, model management tools (comparison, merge...).

We have also implemented the XMI-DI metamodel using ecore and we are
working on metamodel extensions for our editors. All theses things can
be contributed to the Modeling Project. Now our license is EPL and allow
us to do it :).

David

Richard Gronback a écrit :
> Hello David,
>
> Thank you for your (continued) interest and support. At this point,
> we'd be interested in specific feedback on the proposal and areas of
> contribution you'd be willing to consider. We plan to have a
> face-to-face meeting on the 28th to discuss the project, its charter,
> and to formulate a plan for recruiting new contributors (like
> yourself). If you can provide additional feedback by that time, it
> would be most helpful.
>
> Thanks again,
> Rich
>
>> Hi !
>>
>> Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
>> (www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
>> modeling project.
>>
>> Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
>> good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
>> platform !
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
>> ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
>> Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
>> Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
>> http://www.anyware-tech.com
>
>


--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #375970 is a reply to message #375888] Tue, 14 February 2006 14:56 Go to previous message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
Messages: 78
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Member
Hi,

I think model refactoring is an important point for the Modeling Project.
In our use cases, we manage lots of models and refactoring capabilities
on model will be useful.
We try to reuse the refactoring extension points from the platform but
it is limited to create, rename, move, delete. It would be interesting
to have an more extensible refactoring framework and to be able to
register a class (using extensions and not java) on any model modification.

--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560513 is a reply to message #375859] Mon, 26 December 2005 13:36 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: sdemathieu.gmail.com

Hello all,

I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased about
this
initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of modeling
technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.

The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not implemented
in the context of other projects so far, which would fall into the scope
of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are clearly stated
in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards), others are related at
various degrees.

As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse projects
related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you would consider
possible collaborations with MDDi.

As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would play
modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
project
(e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.

Thanks,

Sébastien

Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:

> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the formation,
> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the project,
> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse Modeling
> Project Project Proposal page at
> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560519 is a reply to message #375860] Tue, 27 December 2005 12:37 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Sébastien,

Yes, we agree that improved collaboration between existing modeling-related
projects is an important goal of forming the top-level project. As indicated
in the proposal, this would include both MDDi and GMT, although the details
have yet to be discussed.

Thank you for your support of this project, and your feedback.

Best Regards,
Richard

> Hello all,
>
> I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased
> about
> this
> initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of
> modeling
> technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.
> The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not
> implemented in the context of other projects so far, which would fall
> into the scope of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are
> clearly stated in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards),
> others are related at various degrees.
>
> As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse
> projects related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you
> would consider possible collaborations with MDDi.
>
> As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would
> play
> modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
> project
> (e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.
> Thanks,
>
> Sébastien
>
> Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:
>
>> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the
>> formation,
>> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
>> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the
>> project,
>> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse
>> Modeling
>> Project Project Proposal page at
>> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560526 is a reply to message #375860] Wed, 04 January 2006 16:27 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Sébastien,

As you have thankfully pointed out to us, parts of the proposal are not visible
when using Firefox. So until this is fixed, others may want to view it using
a different browser if they had previously used Firefox.

Thanks again,
Richard

> Hello all,
>
> I have read the project proposal and I am personally very pleased
> about
> this
> initiative. A top-level project that focuses on the promotion of
> modeling
> technologies would be very valuable for the Eclipse community.
> The incubating MDDi project is developing technologies, not
> implemented in the context of other projects so far, which would fall
> into the scope of the Modeling project. Some of these technologies are
> clearly stated in the proposal (e.g. QVT or other OMG standards),
> others are related at various degrees.
>
> As the Modeling project proposal aims at unifying existing Eclipse
> projects related to model-driven development, I am wondering if you
> would consider possible collaborations with MDDi.
>
> As a related question, I am also wondering about the role that would
> play
> modeling projects, currently incubating under the Technology top-level
> project
> (e.g. MDDi but also GMT or EMFT), in this new top-level project.
> Thanks,
>
> Sébastien
>
> Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:
>
>> Come here to participate in technical discussions about the
>> formation,
>> scope, and direction of the Eclipse Modeling Project. If
>> you have comments or ideas, or interest in contributing to the
>> project,
>> this is the place to do it. Want to know more? See the Eclipse
>> Modeling
>> Project Project Proposal page at
>> http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/modeling/ and get involved!
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560534 is a reply to message #375862] Wed, 04 January 2006 19:52 Go to previous message
Bjorn Freeman-Benson is currently offline Bjorn Freeman-BensonFriend
Messages: 335
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
This flaw has been fixed. Browse at your leisure. Thanks for Sebastien
for noticing.

> As you have thankfully pointed out to us, parts of the proposal are not
> visible when using Firefox. So until this is fixed, others may want to
> view it using a different browser if they had previously used Firefox.
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560640 is a reply to message #375859] Mon, 13 February 2006 13:43 Go to previous message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi !

Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
(www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
modeling project.

Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
platform !

Regards,

--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560647 is a reply to message #375884] Mon, 13 February 2006 14:04 Go to previous message
Richard Gronback is currently offline Richard GronbackFriend
Messages: 605
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello David,

Thank you for your (continued) interest and support. At this point, we'd
be interested in specific feedback on the proposal and areas of contribution
you'd be willing to consider. We plan to have a face-to-face meeting on
the 28th to discuss the project, its charter, and to formulate a plan for
recruiting new contributors (like yourself). If you can provide additional
feedback by that time, it would be most helpful.

Thanks again,
Rich

> Hi !
>
> Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
> (www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
> modeling project.
>
> Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
> good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
> platform !
>
> Regards,
>
> Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
> ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
> Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
> Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
> http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #560654 is a reply to message #375886] Mon, 13 February 2006 14:48 Go to previous message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
In the next monthes, we will work on a lot of topics such as Code
generation, Parser and Text editor generation (in general manage
concrete syntaxes).
But we are also interested in the validation framework, transformation
tools, model management tools (comparison, merge...).

We have also implemented the XMI-DI metamodel using ecore and we are
working on metamodel extensions for our editors. All theses things can
be contributed to the Modeling Project. Now our license is EPL and allow
us to do it :).

David

Richard Gronback a écrit :
> Hello David,
>
> Thank you for your (continued) interest and support. At this point,
> we'd be interested in specific feedback on the proposal and areas of
> contribution you'd be willing to consider. We plan to have a
> face-to-face meeting on the 28th to discuss the project, its charter,
> and to formulate a plan for recruiting new contributors (like
> yourself). If you can provide additional feedback by that time, it
> would be most helpful.
>
> Thanks again,
> Rich
>
>> Hi !
>>
>> Anyware Technologies (www.anyware-tech.com) and the Topcased project
>> (www.topcased.org) are really interested in being involved in the
>> modeling project.
>>
>> Lots of new projects works on the same domain this project could be a
>> good way to work together and to create a really extensible modeling
>> platform !
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
>> ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
>> Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
>> Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
>> http://www.anyware-tech.com
>
>


--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
http://www.anyware-tech.com
Re: Welcome to the eclipse.modeling newsgroup! [message #562330 is a reply to message #375888] Tue, 14 February 2006 14:56 Go to previous message
David Sciamma is currently offline David SciammaFriend
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi,

I think model refactoring is an important point for the Modeling Project.
In our use cases, we manage lots of models and refactoring capabilities
on model will be useful.
We try to reuse the refactoring extension points from the platform but
it is limited to create, rename, move, delete. It would be interesting
to have an more extensible refactoring framework and to be able to
register a class (using extensions and not java) on any model modification.

--
David SCIAMMA

Expert Eclipse / Eclipse Expert
ANYWARE TECHNOLOGIES
Tel : + 33 (0)5.61.00.73.44
Fax : + 33 (0)5.61.00.51.46
http://www.anyware-tech.com
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