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Process Framework (EPF): interested in joining [message #69844] Fri, 18 November 2005 18:03 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: andrew.midkiff.bcbsnc.com

I am interested in working on the Eclipse Process Framework. My background
is in both business modeling as well as requirements. I've also worked in
successful agile (XP and agile RUP) projects of small to medium size (up
to 35 developers plus project management, we even had paired analysts).
I'm currently teaching a five day class in agile business modeling and
requirements using use cases in addition to using the processes and
techniques on a regular basis. I'm a regular on the RUP forums and a
co-founder of our local RUP User's group.

My areas of contribution would obviously be around the activities of the
analyst and those parts of the process related to requirements. This will
also be my first open-souce project since I am not a developer and I am
excited, but also have no idea what to expect or what will be expected of
me. Whatever it is, I'm looking forward to it.

Andrew
Re: Process Framework (EPF): interested in joining [message #69887 is a reply to message #69844] Fri, 18 November 2005 23:53 Go to previous message
Ricardo Balduino is currently offline Ricardo BalduinoFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Andrew,

It is great to hear that you are interested in supporting and contributing
to the proposed Process Framework (EPF) Project.

Whether your employer commits you to this project on a full-time or
part-time basis, your contribution will be really appreciated. Companies can
be co-proposers and suggest committers, whereas individuals can start as
contributors and could be promoted to committers. You may always want to
take a look at the Eclipse Development Process Guidelines for more
information on how development within Eclipse works:
http://www.eclipse.org/org/processes/Guidelines_for_Eclipse_ Development_Process/

The more specific you can be about what you want to contribute with, the
better. Stay tuned, we will make the exemplary code and content that IBM
proposes to contribute available within the next few days. That will
hopefully allow you and others to take a closer look at the technology and
suggest how it can be improved.

And please let us know what level of participation (personal / company
committment) you plan to devote to this project.

Regards,

Ricardo Balduino
Proposed Eclipse Process Framework Team
IBM


"Andrew Midkiff" <andrew.midkiff@bcbsnc.com> wrote in message
news:a81ae9c0ebf363c6324940431ff6cfa3$1@www.eclipse.org...
>I am interested in working on the Eclipse Process Framework. My background
>is in both business modeling as well as requirements. I've also worked in
>successful agile (XP and agile RUP) projects of small to medium size (up to
>35 developers plus project management, we even had paired analysts). I'm
>currently teaching a five day class in agile business modeling and
>requirements using use cases in addition to using the processes and
>techniques on a regular basis. I'm a regular on the RUP forums and a
>co-founder of our local RUP User's group.
> My areas of contribution would obviously be around the activities of the
> analyst and those parts of the process related to requirements. This will
> also be my first open-souce project since I am not a developer and I am
> excited, but also have no idea what to expect or what will be expected of
> me. Whatever it is, I'm looking forward to it.
> Andrew
>
Re: Process Framework (EPF): interested in joining [message #599572 is a reply to message #69844] Fri, 18 November 2005 23:53 Go to previous message
Ricardo Balduino is currently offline Ricardo BalduinoFriend
Messages: 191
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Andrew,

It is great to hear that you are interested in supporting and contributing
to the proposed Process Framework (EPF) Project.

Whether your employer commits you to this project on a full-time or
part-time basis, your contribution will be really appreciated. Companies can
be co-proposers and suggest committers, whereas individuals can start as
contributors and could be promoted to committers. You may always want to
take a look at the Eclipse Development Process Guidelines for more
information on how development within Eclipse works:
http://www.eclipse.org/org/processes/Guidelines_for_Eclipse_ Development_Process/

The more specific you can be about what you want to contribute with, the
better. Stay tuned, we will make the exemplary code and content that IBM
proposes to contribute available within the next few days. That will
hopefully allow you and others to take a closer look at the technology and
suggest how it can be improved.

And please let us know what level of participation (personal / company
committment) you plan to devote to this project.

Regards,

Ricardo Balduino
Proposed Eclipse Process Framework Team
IBM


"Andrew Midkiff" <andrew.midkiff@bcbsnc.com> wrote in message
news:a81ae9c0ebf363c6324940431ff6cfa3$1@www.eclipse.org...
>I am interested in working on the Eclipse Process Framework. My background
>is in both business modeling as well as requirements. I've also worked in
>successful agile (XP and agile RUP) projects of small to medium size (up to
>35 developers plus project management, we even had paired analysts). I'm
>currently teaching a five day class in agile business modeling and
>requirements using use cases in addition to using the processes and
>techniques on a regular basis. I'm a regular on the RUP forums and a
>co-founder of our local RUP User's group.
> My areas of contribution would obviously be around the activities of the
> analyst and those parts of the process related to requirements. This will
> also be my first open-souce project since I am not a developer and I am
> excited, but also have no idea what to expect or what will be expected of
> me. Whatever it is, I'm looking forward to it.
> Andrew
>
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