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GMT is very proud to join EMP [message #375993] Sat, 13 May 2006 10:37 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: bezivin.univ-nantes.fr

GMT is particularly proud to join the new EMP
Top-Level Eclipse Project.

Many thanks for Richard Gronback of Borland Software
and Ed Merks of IBM for having made all this possible.

This is the beginning of new and exciting
adventures in Model Driven Engineering (MDE).
The GMT project will play its role of research incubator
within EMP by continuing to produce advanced research
prototypes in MDE. Hopefully a large part of the ideas and software
contributed in these research protoptypes may later find their way to
widely available distributed commercial MDE tooling.

ECLIPSE open source system is providing unprecedented
opportunities for MDE to be known, to rapidly mature and to prove
that it represents a real alternative to software developement
practices. EMP is now the main vehicle to drive this movement.
We are very happy to be on board.

GMT is looking forward to welcoming new high quality
prototypes that will extend model engineering practices
beyond current limits and assess MDE practical applicability.
For the time being there are eigh prototypes that have
been contributed to GMT (AM3, AMW, ATL, Fuut-je,
MOFScript, oAW, UMLX and VIATRA2). All implement
complementary views of the MDE evolving vision and
several of them are closely related and use each other
facilities. New contributions should be announced soon.

Being part of the new EMP Top-Level Project means
that a lot of new synergies are going to be discovered
and will foster collaboration between industry-based tools
and research prototypes, often using recognized standards
like the OMG/MOF Metalanguage.

Jean B
Re: GMT is very proud to join EMP [message #375996 is a reply to message #375993] Mon, 15 May 2006 10:57 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
Messages: 26068
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jean,

Thanks for sharing your passionate view of the future. You are a
welcome addition to the new PMC.


Jean.Bezivin wrote:

>GMT is particularly proud to join the new EMP
>Top-Level Eclipse Project.
>
>Many thanks for Richard Gronback of Borland Software
>and Ed Merks of IBM for having made all this possible.
>
>This is the beginning of new and exciting
>adventures in Model Driven Engineering (MDE).
>The GMT project will play its role of research incubator
>within EMP by continuing to produce advanced research
>prototypes in MDE. Hopefully a large part of the ideas and software
>contributed in these research protoptypes may later find their way to
>widely available distributed commercial MDE tooling.
>
>ECLIPSE open source system is providing unprecedented
>opportunities for MDE to be known, to rapidly mature and to prove
>that it represents a real alternative to software developement
>practices. EMP is now the main vehicle to drive this movement.
>We are very happy to be on board.
>
>GMT is looking forward to welcoming new high quality
>prototypes that will extend model engineering practices
>beyond current limits and assess MDE practical applicability.
>For the time being there are eigh prototypes that have
>been contributed to GMT (AM3, AMW, ATL, Fuut-je,
>MOFScript, oAW, UMLX and VIATRA2). All implement
>complementary views of the MDE evolving vision and
>several of them are closely related and use each other
>facilities. New contributions should be announced soon.
>
>Being part of the new EMP Top-Level Project means
>that a lot of new synergies are going to be discovered
>and will foster collaboration between industry-based tools
>and research prototypes, often using recognized standards
>like the OMG/MOF Metalanguage.
>
>Jean Bézivin, Generative Modeling Tools (GMT) project lead
>
>
>
>
Re: GMT is very proud to join EMP [message #562798 is a reply to message #375993] Mon, 15 May 2006 10:57 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
Messages: 26068
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jean,

Thanks for sharing your passionate view of the future. You are a
welcome addition to the new PMC.


Jean.Bezivin wrote:

>GMT is particularly proud to join the new EMP
>Top-Level Eclipse Project.
>
>Many thanks for Richard Gronback of Borland Software
>and Ed Merks of IBM for having made all this possible.
>
>This is the beginning of new and exciting
>adventures in Model Driven Engineering (MDE).
>The GMT project will play its role of research incubator
>within EMP by continuing to produce advanced research
>prototypes in MDE. Hopefully a large part of the ideas and software
>contributed in these research protoptypes may later find their way to
>widely available distributed commercial MDE tooling.
>
>ECLIPSE open source system is providing unprecedented
>opportunities for MDE to be known, to rapidly mature and to prove
>that it represents a real alternative to software developement
>practices. EMP is now the main vehicle to drive this movement.
>We are very happy to be on board.
>
>GMT is looking forward to welcoming new high quality
>prototypes that will extend model engineering practices
>beyond current limits and assess MDE practical applicability.
>For the time being there are eigh prototypes that have
>been contributed to GMT (AM3, AMW, ATL, Fuut-je,
>MOFScript, oAW, UMLX and VIATRA2). All implement
>complementary views of the MDE evolving vision and
>several of them are closely related and use each other
>facilities. New contributions should be announced soon.
>
>Being part of the new EMP Top-Level Project means
>that a lot of new synergies are going to be discovered
>and will foster collaboration between industry-based tools
>and research prototypes, often using recognized standards
>like the OMG/MOF Metalanguage.
>
>Jean Bézivin, Generative Modeling Tools (GMT) project lead
>
>
>
>
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