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OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #4235] Wed, 08 March 2006 20:06 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: opfwebsite.hotmail.com

The OPEN Process Framwork Repository Organization (OPFRO) has developed
and maintains a repository of more than 1,100 free, open source, reusable
method components based on the OPEN Process Framework Metamodel. These
method components were developed as a consistent class library to be used
via selection, tailoring, and integration to produce appropriate
project-specific methods for business engineering, system engineering,
software development, sustainment, and retirement. These method components
are available free to any company, individual, vendor, or organization
(such as eclipse). The method components are based on the OPF metamodel
so all of the components have standardized contents. The components have
been built over the last 6 years, and the website where they are stored
routinely receives over 1,500 visits a day, and the website recently had
its one millionth visit. Many of the components have very high ratings
under Google search; for example, google "system requirements
specification" or "system architecture document" and you will get the link
to the original (now mirror) website: www.donald-firesmith.com. The
repository can be visited at www.opfro.org.

Who should I talk to about donating the complete repository to eclipse for
incorporation into the epf?

Donald Firesmith
Founding Chair of the OPFRO
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #4374 is a reply to message #4235] Fri, 10 March 2006 15:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
James E Thario is currently offline James E Thario
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Donald. You should start up a conversation with Per Kroll once he
returns from the Bilbao meeting. I am guessing he will be back online
next week.

Thanks.


Donald Firesmith wrote:
> The OPEN Process Framwork Repository Organization (OPFRO) has developed
> and maintains a repository of more than 1,100 free, open source,
> reusable method components based on the OPEN Process Framework
> Metamodel. These method components were developed as a consistent class
> library to be used via selection, tailoring, and integration to produce
> appropriate project-specific methods for business engineering, system
> engineering, software development, sustainment, and retirement. These
> method components are available free to any company, individual, vendor,
> or organization (such as eclipse). The method components are based on
> the OPF metamodel so all of the components have standardized contents.
> The components have been built over the last 6 years, and the website
> where they are stored routinely receives over 1,500 visits a day, and
> the website recently had its one millionth visit. Many of the
> components have very high ratings under Google search; for example,
> google "system requirements specification" or "system architecture
> document" and you will get the link to the original (now mirror)
> website: www.donald-firesmith.com. The repository can be visited at
> www.opfro.org.
>
> Who should I talk to about donating the complete repository to eclipse
> for incorporation into the epf?
>
> Donald Firesmith
> Founding Chair of the OPFRO
>
>
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #4513 is a reply to message #4235] Sun, 12 March 2006 16:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Per Kroll is currently offline Per Kroll
Messages: 60
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Donald,

this is great news! We would very much welcome your contributions. I will
send you a separate note to briefly discuss what may be the appropraite next
steps.

Some things to consider:
- We have our next face-to-face meeting in California, Santa Clara, on March
23-24, in conjunction with EclipseConn. Great if you or somebody else from
OPFRO can make it
- I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing list,
since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
mail list" half-way down.
- You should think about how this contribution fits with the rest of the
project. We currently have three major components, BUP, Agile,
Tooling/metamodel. We can discuss this more when we hook up.

Thanks

/Per Kroll, EPF Proj lead, +1 408-342-3815, pkroll@us.ibm.com

"Donald Firesmith" <opfwebsite@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1a2e3660e8da7485cbf9ffb73e6c4d09$1@www.eclipse.org...
> The OPEN Process Framwork Repository Organization (OPFRO) has developed
> and maintains a repository of more than 1,100 free, open source, reusable
> method components based on the OPEN Process Framework Metamodel. These
> method components were developed as a consistent class library to be used
> via selection, tailoring, and integration to produce appropriate
> project-specific methods for business engineering, system engineering,
> software development, sustainment, and retirement. These method components
> are available free to any company, individual, vendor, or organization
> (such as eclipse). The method components are based on the OPF metamodel
> so all of the components have standardized contents. The components have
> been built over the last 6 years, and the website where they are stored
> routinely receives over 1,500 visits a day, and the website recently had
> its one millionth visit. Many of the components have very high ratings
> under Google search; for example, google "system requirements
> specification" or "system architecture document" and you will get the link
> to the original (now mirror) website: www.donald-firesmith.com. The
> repository can be visited at www.opfro.org.
>
> Who should I talk to about donating the complete repository to eclipse for
> incorporation into the epf?
>
> Donald Firesmith
> Founding Chair of the OPFRO
>
>
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #4651 is a reply to message #4513] Mon, 13 March 2006 08:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nikovMAKNI.teched.hr

"Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:dv234g$lod$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> - I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing list,
> since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
> discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
> http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
> mail list" half-way down.

That link doesn't work (Server error).
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #4719 is a reply to message #4651] Tue, 14 March 2006 16:51 Go to previous message
Ricardo Balduino is currently offline Ricardo Balduino
Messages: 191
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The link works now (https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/epf-dev)

"Niko Vrdoljak" <nikovMAKNI@teched.hr> wrote in message
news:dv3rh5$jnr$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> "Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
> news:dv234g$lod$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>> - I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing
>> list,
>> since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
>> discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
>> http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
>> mail list" half-way down.
>
> That link doesn't work (Server error).
>
>
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #561841 is a reply to message #4235] Fri, 10 March 2006 15:50 Go to previous message
James E Thario is currently offline James E Thario
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Donald. You should start up a conversation with Per Kroll once he
returns from the Bilbao meeting. I am guessing he will be back online
next week.

Thanks.


Donald Firesmith wrote:
> The OPEN Process Framwork Repository Organization (OPFRO) has developed
> and maintains a repository of more than 1,100 free, open source,
> reusable method components based on the OPEN Process Framework
> Metamodel. These method components were developed as a consistent class
> library to be used via selection, tailoring, and integration to produce
> appropriate project-specific methods for business engineering, system
> engineering, software development, sustainment, and retirement. These
> method components are available free to any company, individual, vendor,
> or organization (such as eclipse). The method components are based on
> the OPF metamodel so all of the components have standardized contents.
> The components have been built over the last 6 years, and the website
> where they are stored routinely receives over 1,500 visits a day, and
> the website recently had its one millionth visit. Many of the
> components have very high ratings under Google search; for example,
> google "system requirements specification" or "system architecture
> document" and you will get the link to the original (now mirror)
> website: www.donald-firesmith.com. The repository can be visited at
> www.opfro.org.
>
> Who should I talk to about donating the complete repository to eclipse
> for incorporation into the epf?
>
> Donald Firesmith
> Founding Chair of the OPFRO
>
>
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #561876 is a reply to message #4235] Sun, 12 March 2006 16:15 Go to previous message
Per Kroll is currently offline Per Kroll
Messages: 60
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Donald,

this is great news! We would very much welcome your contributions. I will
send you a separate note to briefly discuss what may be the appropraite next
steps.

Some things to consider:
- We have our next face-to-face meeting in California, Santa Clara, on March
23-24, in conjunction with EclipseConn. Great if you or somebody else from
OPFRO can make it
- I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing list,
since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
mail list" half-way down.
- You should think about how this contribution fits with the rest of the
project. We currently have three major components, BUP, Agile,
Tooling/metamodel. We can discuss this more when we hook up.

Thanks

/Per Kroll, EPF Proj lead, +1 408-342-3815, pkroll@us.ibm.com

"Donald Firesmith" <opfwebsite@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:1a2e3660e8da7485cbf9ffb73e6c4d09$1@www.eclipse.org...
> The OPEN Process Framwork Repository Organization (OPFRO) has developed
> and maintains a repository of more than 1,100 free, open source, reusable
> method components based on the OPEN Process Framework Metamodel. These
> method components were developed as a consistent class library to be used
> via selection, tailoring, and integration to produce appropriate
> project-specific methods for business engineering, system engineering,
> software development, sustainment, and retirement. These method components
> are available free to any company, individual, vendor, or organization
> (such as eclipse). The method components are based on the OPF metamodel
> so all of the components have standardized contents. The components have
> been built over the last 6 years, and the website where they are stored
> routinely receives over 1,500 visits a day, and the website recently had
> its one millionth visit. Many of the components have very high ratings
> under Google search; for example, google "system requirements
> specification" or "system architecture document" and you will get the link
> to the original (now mirror) website: www.donald-firesmith.com. The
> repository can be visited at www.opfro.org.
>
> Who should I talk to about donating the complete repository to eclipse for
> incorporation into the epf?
>
> Donald Firesmith
> Founding Chair of the OPFRO
>
>
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #561917 is a reply to message #4513] Mon, 13 March 2006 08:17 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: nikovMAKNI.teched.hr

"Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:dv234g$lod$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> - I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing list,
> since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
> discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
> http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
> mail list" half-way down.

That link doesn't work (Server error).
Re: OPEN Process Framework Repository [message #561937 is a reply to message #4651] Tue, 14 March 2006 16:51 Go to previous message
Ricardo Balduino is currently offline Ricardo Balduino
Messages: 191
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
The link works now (https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/epf-dev)

"Niko Vrdoljak" <nikovMAKNI@teched.hr> wrote in message
news:dv3rh5$jnr$1@utils.eclipse.org...
> "Per Kroll" <pkroll@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
> news:dv234g$lod$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>> - I suggest that you or somebody from OPFRO join the epf-dev mailing
>> list,
>> since all discussions around the meetings, and various development
>> discussions take place on that list. To sign up, go to
>> http://www.eclipse.org/epf/ and in the right column, you see "Developers
>> mail list" half-way down.
>
> That link doesn't work (Server error).
>
>
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