[Jochen Krause said]
Does everybody that wants to specify requirements need an Eclipse
installation? If yes, I think that this is highly problematic.
[Harm Sluiman said]
An Eclipse or RCP based client is a great start, but a browser client
is equally if not more valuable long term. I hate to say Web 2.0 and
Ajax but you know what I mean.
[Michael Fox said]
I believe you'll need a web client, as well as an Eclipse based client
for this to be really useful. Many people who would use it are not
"Eclipse knowledgeable", and even providing an RCP version could be
hard to use. From my experience, most non-programmers these days want
web based tools. They are simpler to use and require no local install.
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