|Re: Welcome to ORMF [message #568178]
||Wed, 27 February 2008 15:41
| Richard Gronback
Registered: July 2009
Posted directly, as cc failed:|
An interesting proposal, and I look forward to seeing more at EclipseCon and
discussing the relationship with the Modeling project.
Building a long list of interested parties is a fine goal, although imho the
most likely path to success for a project of this nature and scope is to
have (at least) several dedicated resources. Hopefully, another member of
the Foundation will apply resources to help you out, particularly if ORMF is
to form the basis for a set of commercial requirements management tools.
You list OSEE as a possible collaborator, so just to help along the
discussion I've cc'd their newsgroup.
On 2/20/08 11:18 AM, in article
Rosi-Schwartz" <Joel.Rosi-Schwartz@Etish.org> wrote:
> I would like to take the opportunity to introduce Barbara and myself.
> We have been working towards realising Useme (now part of ORMF) for
> a few years. We take great pleasure at the opportunity to now have our
> work incorporated officially into the Eclipse project.
> We very much look forward to feedback from the community on the
> proposal we have put forth on ORMF. There are a number of
> opportunities for collaboration that we envision and we anticipate
> having many fine recommendations for others being brought up for
> discussion here. It is our goal to nurture and develop all potential
> relationships; we embrace co-operation and collaboration with all
> interested parties, be they contributors, supporters or users.
> For more information please see:
> - The proposal which is located at http://www.eclipse.org/
> - The articles on the Useme website located here https://
> - The Etish website here, http://www.etish.org/
> Thanks for visiting and we hope that you find this project interesting
> and useful.
> Joel & Barbara
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