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Projects news [message #6281] Thu, 15 November 2007 15:21 Go to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Hi,

It has been quiet over here for a while so here are few updates.

We just participated today to an Open Source event in Luxembourg, organised
by the Henri Tudor Research Center:
http://libre.tudor.lu/journees-du-libre-2007

My laptop hard drive crashed last week (thanks windows...) and I lost the
presentation slides of the Eclipse Summit Europe OFMP presentation...

I had to rewrite the slides and here is the presentations used today:
http://www.covariance.lu/docs/OFMP_journee_du_libre_presenta tion.pdf

It's nearly the same presentation I did with Aleksey on ESE.

We also showed a small Flash demo of the current status of the project:
http://www.covariance.lu/docs/OFMP_Presentation.htm

the demo shows a Forex Spot and a Forex Swap deals creation, several deals
views as well as the interface for on-demand reporting.

On the project side itself we are moving well :
- on the Money Market implementation, should be in production by end of
year.
- We are now interfaced with 2 front office platforms: Reuters Dealing and
EBS trading platforms.
- Next big iteration will be about Portfolio Management service.

Aleksey is actively looking for our 2 mentors so that we can finally create
the Eclipse OFMP project. Looks like it will be hopefully done by Chrismas
;)

Fred
Re: Projects news [message #6296 is a reply to message #6281] Sun, 18 November 2007 18:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Hi,

Great to hear, there is some life in the project ;-)
My article in the German Eclipse Magazin should soon be out, too.

I even came across your local (bank) branch in Helsinki the other day,
but they don't seem to have too much to do with the project...

What are those mentors, you are looking for? Committers within the
Eclipse Foundation or what other role/rank in the community do they need?

Cheers,
Werner
Re: Projects news [message #7558 is a reply to message #6296] Tue, 20 November 2007 02:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: frederic.conrotte.kaupthing.lu

"Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> wrote in message
news:fhqhno$qhd$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> Great to hear, there is some life in the project ;-)
> My article in the German Eclipse Magazin should soon be out, too.
Yes we received it, it's a great article, thanks !

>
> I even came across your local (bank) branch in Helsinki the other day,
> but they don't seem to have too much to do with the project...
Not yet ;)

> What are those mentors, you are looking for? Committers within the
> Eclipse Foundation or what other role/rank in the community do they need?
More infos in the Eclipse Development Process:
http://www.eclipse.org/projects/dev_process/development_proc ess.php#6_1_Mentors

Sheers

Frederic
Re: Projects news [message #7601 is a reply to message #7558] Sat, 24 November 2007 09:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Thanks for the feedback.
Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
side of the community here...

I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
help you with this personally.

Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
I think this might match your project quite well?

InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
can submit proposals online at the official event website --
www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).

Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.

Best,
Kaitlen

Kaitlen Murphy
Content Manager, Events
InfoWorld
415-978-3251
kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
Re: Projects news [message #7703 is a reply to message #7601] Wed, 23 January 2008 17:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Some OFMP news.

I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides with
help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.

The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.

See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/

Let's cross fingers ;)

Frederic

"Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a
Re: Projects news [message #8876 is a reply to message #7703] Mon, 11 February 2008 15:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Quick update on project status.

Project website and wiki are created:
http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/

I have setup several mailing list:
https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev

Next step:

To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.

One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP Cleanliness".

Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
dependency on some third party libraries and applications.

Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.

So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.

The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.

Existing server code base must be migrated:
- from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
- from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)

First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
per service.

When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0" milestone.

By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
depth and detailled view on the project:
http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310

Regards,

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Some OFMP news.
>
> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides with
> help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>
> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>
> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>
> Let's cross fingers ;)
>
> Frederic
>
> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Thanks for the feedback.
>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
>> side of the community here...
>>
>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>> help you with this personally.
>>
>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>
>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>
>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>
>> Best,
>> Kaitlen
>>
>> Kaitlen Murphy
>> Content Manager, Events
>> InfoWorld
>> 415-978-3251
>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>
>
Re: Projects news [message #8896 is a reply to message #8876] Sun, 17 February 2008 08:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> Quick update on project status.
>
> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>
> Existing server code base must be migrated:
> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>
Guess if you directly use JBoss libraries (other than Hibernate ;-) that
is not desirable.

I cannot completely follow what is wrong with EJB vs. Spring?

I appreciate Spring and use it where it makes sense, too, but from a
standard and vendor neutral point of view EJB can be considered more
neutral than Spring.

The only reason could be e.g. a more lightweight approach or trying to
get the server components work on systems without EJB (like Tomcat,
Jetty,...) ?

>
> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
> depth and detailled view on the project:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>

EclipseCon is too far, but some of you also seem to be at Eclipse Forum
Europe, where I represent the Babel Project.

Would be great, to meet there.
Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested in
contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to discuss how
Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...

Regards,
Werner
Re: Projects news [message #8917 is a reply to message #8896] Mon, 18 February 2008 16:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Werner Keil a écrit :
> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>> Quick update on project status.
>>
>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>
>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>
(snipp)

> The only reason could be e.g. a more lightweight approach or trying to
> get the server components work on systems without EJB (like Tomcat,
> Jetty,...) ?
We are only using SLSBs and only for remoting as a proxy to Spring
beans. Advantage are numerous: simplicity, productivity, more
lightweight, easier to test,...

And code code is not so much tighten to Spring, it's fairly easy to
switch to your IoC container of choice (i.e. PicoContainer)
>
>>
(snipp)

> Would be great, to meet there.
> Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested in
> contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to discuss how
> Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...
Nothing planned yet but it's a good idea.

Fred
Re: Projects news [message #8959 is a reply to message #8917] Tue, 19 February 2008 23:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>
> And code code is not so much tighten to Spring, it's fairly easy to
> switch to your IoC container of choice (i.e. PicoContainer)
>>
>>>

That makes sense to me.

Please also see my new thread on Services just before.

If Spring rather than just OSGi was used for some of those, too, I would
be very interested in that. Especially for Currency Services I have a
working Spring based POC (actually based on Stock Trading, but the
reasons were mainly the legacy of that showcase)

However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java, so
it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as atomic
and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even in areas
like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses Eclipse and
SWT a lot in many places, too.

Google has a IoC Framework (Guice), too btw, but as a RI Spring is
clearly more used.

>
>> Would be great, to meet there.
>> Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested
>> in contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to
>> discuss how Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...
> Nothing planned yet but it's a good idea.
>
Looking forward to.

Werner
Re: Projects news [message #8980 is a reply to message #8959] Sat, 23 February 2008 11:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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>
> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java, so
> it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as atomic
> and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even in areas
> like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses Eclipse and
> SWT a lot in many places, too.

To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275) but
exceed the current scope of that JSR.

It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of course
in scope for OFMP...?
Re: Projects news [message #9021 is a reply to message #8980] Mon, 25 February 2008 15:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Werner Keil a écrit :
>>
>> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
>> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java,
>> so it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as
>> atomic and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even
>> in areas like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses
>> Eclipse and SWT a lot in many places, too.
>
> To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
> are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275) but
> exceed the current scope of that JSR.
I had a look to current JRS-275 drafts but didn't see anything about
Monetary Systems spec ?

>
> It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of course
> in scope for OFMP...?
Yes of course, it's in the scope.
Re: Projects news [message #9042 is a reply to message #9021] Sat, 08 March 2008 12:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> Werner Keil a écrit :
>>>
>>> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
>>> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java,
>>> so it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as
>>> atomic and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even
>>> in areas like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses
>>> Eclipse and SWT a lot in many places, too.
>>
>> To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
>> are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275)
>> but exceed the current scope of that JSR.
> I had a look to current JRS-275 drafts but didn't see anything about
> Monetary Systems spec ?

I think, I answered that somewhere already. Maybe in a mail to you.

So here for the newsgroup, also to clarify, that JSR-275 itself is not
intended to cover a Monetary System as such, but provides a solid,
working basis for such systems.

Especially conversion between units (currencies) is included already in
JSR-275 itself.

>
>>
>> It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of
>> course in scope for OFMP...?
> Yes of course, it's in the scope.

Good to hear, I'd be happy to help in this area.
Re: Projects news [message #9203 is a reply to message #8876] Thu, 10 April 2008 15:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189

The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)

Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit
of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/

OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.

The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
contribution.

This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server
with deals.

Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).

OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Quick update on project status.
>
> Project website and wiki are created:
> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>
> I have setup several mailing list:
> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>
> Next step:
>
> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>
> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP Cleanliness".
>
> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>
> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>
> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>
> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>
> Existing server code base must be migrated:
> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>
> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
> per service.
>
> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
> milestone.
>
> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
> depth and detailled view on the project:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>
> Regards,
>
> Frederic
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>> Some OFMP news.
>>
>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides
>> with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>>
>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>
>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>
>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
>> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
>>> side of the community here...
>>>
>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>> help you with this personally.
>>>
>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>
>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>
>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> Kaitlen
>>>
>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>> Content Manager, Events
>>> InfoWorld
>>> 415-978-3251
>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>
>>
Re: Projects news [message #9223 is a reply to message #9203] Fri, 11 April 2008 02:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: frederic.conrotte.kaupthing.lu

I of course meant

"RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"

end of the day, sorry :)


"Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>
> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>
> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit of
> infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>
> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
> Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>
> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
> contribution.
>
> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server with
> deals.
>
> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>
> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>
> Frederic
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte a
Re: Projects news [message #10195 is a reply to message #9223] Sat, 19 April 2008 11:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: jkrause.innoopract.com

Congratulations Frederic!

Two questions:
- Will you make available any examples soon?
- In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
no longer around. Will they return?

Jochen


Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> I of course meant
>
> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>
> end of the day, sorry :)
>
>
> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>
>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>
>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit of
>> infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>
>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
>> Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>
>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>> contribution.
>>
>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server with
>> deals.
>>
>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>
>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>
>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>
>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>
>>> Next step:
>>>
>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>>>
>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>> Cleanliness".
>>>
>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>
>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>>>
>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>
>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>
>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>>
>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>> per service.
>>>
>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>> milestone.
>>>
>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
>>> depth and detailled view on the project:
>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>
>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides
>>>> with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>>>>
>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>
>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>
>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
>>>> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>> Modeling
>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>
>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>
>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>
>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place
>>>>> March
>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>
>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>> email.
>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>
>>>>> Best,
>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>
>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>
>
>
Re: Projects news [message #10222 is a reply to message #10195] Mon, 21 April 2008 15:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
Messages: 125
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Jochen Krause a écrit :
> Congratulations Frederic!
>
> Two questions:
> - Will you make available any examples soon?

As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/

Better ask them directly ;)

> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are no
> longer around. Will they return?
Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language

Frederic


>
> Jochen
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>> I of course meant
>>
>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>
>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>
>>
>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>
>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>
>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>
>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>
>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>> contribution.
>>>
>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server
>>> with deals.
>>>
>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>
>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>
>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>
>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>
>>>> Next step:
>>>>
>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>>>>
>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>
>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>
>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>> libraries
>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>>>>
>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>
>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>
>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>>>
>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>> per service.
>>>>
>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>> milestone.
>>>>
>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>
>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>
>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>
>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>
>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>> business
>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place
>>>>>> March
>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>>> email.
>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>
>>
>>
Re: Projects news [message #10253 is a reply to message #10222] Mon, 21 April 2008 16:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: info.weiglewilczek.com

Hi Jochen,

some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.

we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.

Stephan

Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>
>> Two questions:
>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>
> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
> find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>
> Better ask them directly ;)
>
>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
>> no longer around. Will they return?
> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
> you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language
>
> Frederic
>
>
>>
>> Jochen
>>
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>> I of course meant
>>>
>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>
>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>
>>>
>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>
>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>
>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>
>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>
>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>> contribution.
>>>>
>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>> server with deals.
>>>>
>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>
>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>
>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>
>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>
>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>
>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>> base.
>>>>>
>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>
>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>
>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>> libraries
>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>
>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>
>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>
>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>
>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>> per service.
>>>>>
>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>
>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>>>> email.
>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>
>>>
>>>
Re: Projects news [message #10741 is a reply to message #10253] Thu, 05 June 2008 15:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Hi Stephan,

I'm about to release OFMP 1.0.0M1 with RCML only for the moment.

Could you provide us with the updated documentation ?

Best regards,

Frederic

Stephan Wilczek a écrit :
> Hi Jochen,
>
> some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
> that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.
>
> we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
> own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.
>
> Stephan
>
> Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
>> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>>
>>> Two questions:
>>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>>
>> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
>> find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>
>> Better ask them directly ;)
>>
>>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
>>> no longer around. Will they return?
>> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
>> you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Jochen
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>>> I of course meant
>>>>
>>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>>
>>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>>
>>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>>
>>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>>
>>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>>
>>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>>> contribution.
>>>>>
>>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>>> server with deals.
>>>>>
>>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>>
>>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>>> base.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>>> libraries
>>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>>> per service.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be
>>>>>>>> shared
>>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results
>>>>>>>> by email.
>>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
Re: Projects news [message #11927 is a reply to message #10741] Mon, 21 July 2008 15:48 Go to previous message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
Messages: 125
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello,

A bit of news after though work :)

I've been working the last 2 months with Jan Blankenhorn from
WeigleWilczek GmBH on the initial TIG (Trade Input Gateway) BackOffice
Connector and TOG (Trade Output Gateway) design and implementation.
I'd like here to thank WeigleWilczek for their valuable contributions to
the project.

TIG's TOF connector source code has already been submitted to the
Eclipse IP process several weeks ago and we are still discussing with
Reuters to know if they allow OFMP to publish implementation code of the
TOF protocol thru our TOF Connector.

TIG and TOG servers and connectors tests with simulators went very well.
We will put them in production before submitting them to the IP process
in order to respect our "field tested components" promise.

On the business side we have completed the Profit and Loss (P&L)
analysis for Forex desk.

Forex and Money Market Position Keeping required some stabilization in
production, it's now running smoothly, traders and users pretty much
satisfied.

On the mid-term horizon we will release the full set of services from
the core server as OSGi bundles services by the end of this year, using
SpringDM for inter-bundle service dependencies.

In parallel we are working on getting rid of SLSBs EJBs in the Core
Server as remoting technology. Tests with SpringHTTP remoting goes quite
well so far.

For Financial libraries, we are closely monitoring Richard Gomes' job on
JQuantlib as well as investigating interface with Reuters RFA libraries
for real time quotation, zero coupon yield curve etc

On another side we are also currently establishing a structure to ensure
long term support for the Eclipse OFMP project.

A lot is going on, we'll try to keep you posted more frequently in the
future.

Sheers

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Hi Stephan,
>
> I'm about to release OFMP 1.0.0M1 with RCML only for the moment.
>
> Could you provide us with the updated documentation ?
>
> Best regards,
>
> Frederic
>
> Stephan Wilczek a écrit :
>> Hi Jochen,
>>
>> some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
>> that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.
>>
>> we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
>> own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.
>>
>> Stephan
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
>>> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>>>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>>>
>>>> Two questions:
>>>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>>>
>>> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you
>>> can find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>
>>> Better ask them directly ;)
>>>
>>>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which
>>>> are no longer around. Will they return?
>>> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may
>>> help you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML
>>> language
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Jochen
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>>>> I of course meant
>>>>>
>>>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>>>
>>>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find
>>>>>> a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>>>> contribution.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>>>> server with deals.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>>>> base.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>>>> libraries
>>>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>>>> per service.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a
>>>>>>> more in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be
>>>>>>>>> shared
>>>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results
>>>>>>>>> by email.
>>>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
Re: Projects news [message #567409 is a reply to message #6281] Sun, 18 November 2007 18:26 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Hi,

Great to hear, there is some life in the project ;-)
My article in the German Eclipse Magazin should soon be out, too.

I even came across your local (bank) branch in Helsinki the other day,
but they don't seem to have too much to do with the project...

What are those mentors, you are looking for? Committers within the
Eclipse Foundation or what other role/rank in the community do they need?

Cheers,
Werner
Re: Projects news [message #567453 is a reply to message #6296] Tue, 20 November 2007 02:39 Go to previous message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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"Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> wrote in message
news:fhqhno$qhd$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi,
>
> Great to hear, there is some life in the project ;-)
> My article in the German Eclipse Magazin should soon be out, too.
Yes we received it, it's a great article, thanks !

>
> I even came across your local (bank) branch in Helsinki the other day,
> but they don't seem to have too much to do with the project...
Not yet ;)

> What are those mentors, you are looking for? Committers within the
> Eclipse Foundation or what other role/rank in the community do they need?
More infos in the Eclipse Development Process:
http://www.eclipse.org/projects/dev_process/development_proc ess.php#6_1_Mentors

Sheers

Frederic
Re: Projects news [message #567509 is a reply to message #7558] Sat, 24 November 2007 09:04 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Thanks for the feedback.
Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
side of the community here...

I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
help you with this personally.

Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
I think this might match your project quite well?

InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
can submit proposals online at the official event website --
www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).

Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.

Best,
Kaitlen

Kaitlen Murphy
Content Manager, Events
InfoWorld
415-978-3251
kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
Re: Projects news [message #567652 is a reply to message #7601] Wed, 23 January 2008 17:11 Go to previous message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
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Some OFMP news.

I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides with
help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.

The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.

See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/

Let's cross fingers ;)

Frederic

"Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a
Re: Projects news [message #568101 is a reply to message #7703] Mon, 11 February 2008 15:43 Go to previous message
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Quick update on project status.

Project website and wiki are created:
http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/

I have setup several mailing list:
https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev

Next step:

To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.

One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP Cleanliness".

Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
dependency on some third party libraries and applications.

Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.

So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.

The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.

Existing server code base must be migrated:
- from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
- from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)

First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
per service.

When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0" milestone.

By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
depth and detailled view on the project:
http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310

Regards,

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Some OFMP news.
>
> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides with
> help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>
> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>
> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>
> Let's cross fingers ;)
>
> Frederic
>
> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Thanks for the feedback.
>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
>> side of the community here...
>>
>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>> help you with this personally.
>>
>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>
>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>
>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>
>> Best,
>> Kaitlen
>>
>> Kaitlen Murphy
>> Content Manager, Events
>> InfoWorld
>> 415-978-3251
>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>
>
Re: Projects news [message #568128 is a reply to message #8876] Sun, 17 February 2008 08:20 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> Quick update on project status.
>
> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>
> Existing server code base must be migrated:
> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>
Guess if you directly use JBoss libraries (other than Hibernate ;-) that
is not desirable.

I cannot completely follow what is wrong with EJB vs. Spring?

I appreciate Spring and use it where it makes sense, too, but from a
standard and vendor neutral point of view EJB can be considered more
neutral than Spring.

The only reason could be e.g. a more lightweight approach or trying to
get the server components work on systems without EJB (like Tomcat,
Jetty,...) ?

>
> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
> depth and detailled view on the project:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>

EclipseCon is too far, but some of you also seem to be at Eclipse Forum
Europe, where I represent the Babel Project.

Would be great, to meet there.
Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested in
contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to discuss how
Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...

Regards,
Werner
Re: Projects news [message #568158 is a reply to message #8896] Mon, 18 February 2008 16:37 Go to previous message
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Werner Keil a écrit :
> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>> Quick update on project status.
>>
>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>
>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>
(snipp)

> The only reason could be e.g. a more lightweight approach or trying to
> get the server components work on systems without EJB (like Tomcat,
> Jetty,...) ?
We are only using SLSBs and only for remoting as a proxy to Spring
beans. Advantage are numerous: simplicity, productivity, more
lightweight, easier to test,...

And code code is not so much tighten to Spring, it's fairly easy to
switch to your IoC container of choice (i.e. PicoContainer)
>
>>
(snipp)

> Would be great, to meet there.
> Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested in
> contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to discuss how
> Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...
Nothing planned yet but it's a good idea.

Fred
Re: Projects news [message #568210 is a reply to message #8917] Tue, 19 February 2008 23:29 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>
> And code code is not so much tighten to Spring, it's fairly easy to
> switch to your IoC container of choice (i.e. PicoContainer)
>>
>>>

That makes sense to me.

Please also see my new thread on Services just before.

If Spring rather than just OSGi was used for some of those, too, I would
be very interested in that. Especially for Currency Services I have a
working Spring based POC (actually based on Stock Trading, but the
reasons were mainly the legacy of that showcase)

However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java, so
it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as atomic
and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even in areas
like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses Eclipse and
SWT a lot in many places, too.

Google has a IoC Framework (Guice), too btw, but as a RI Spring is
clearly more used.

>
>> Would be great, to meet there.
>> Are you planning some F2F meetings around EFE, for people interested
>> in contribution, etc.? Of course I'd also be more than happy to
>> discuss how Babel could help localization of OFMP the Eclipse way...
> Nothing planned yet but it's a good idea.
>
Looking forward to.

Werner
Re: Projects news [message #568235 is a reply to message #8959] Sat, 23 February 2008 11:44 Go to previous message
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>
> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java, so
> it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as atomic
> and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even in areas
> like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses Eclipse and
> SWT a lot in many places, too.

To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275) but
exceed the current scope of that JSR.

It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of course
in scope for OFMP...?
Re: Projects news [message #568278 is a reply to message #8980] Mon, 25 February 2008 15:43 Go to previous message
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Werner Keil a écrit :
>>
>> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
>> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java,
>> so it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as
>> atomic and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even
>> in areas like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses
>> Eclipse and SWT a lot in many places, too.
>
> To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
> are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275) but
> exceed the current scope of that JSR.
I had a look to current JRS-275 drafts but didn't see anything about
Monetary Systems spec ?

>
> It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of course
> in scope for OFMP...?
Yes of course, it's in the scope.
Re: Projects news [message #568298 is a reply to message #9021] Sat, 08 March 2008 12:53 Go to previous message
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Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> Werner Keil a écrit :
>>>
>>> However, at least for Money and maybe parts of Date/Time, I have a
>>> couple of ideas since many of them don't exist anywhere else in Java,
>>> so it would be very beneficial if a Service or Component could be as
>>> atomic and reusable as let's say SWT. To allow a very broad use even
>>> in areas like Mobile Eclipse or at least Google Android which uses
>>> Eclipse and SWT a lot in many places, too.
>>
>> To be more precise on this, proposed frameworks like Monetary Systems
>> are a result of our EG work in the Java Community Process (JSR-275)
>> but exceed the current scope of that JSR.
> I had a look to current JRS-275 drafts but didn't see anything about
> Monetary Systems spec ?

I think, I answered that somewhere already. Maybe in a mail to you.

So here for the newsgroup, also to clarify, that JSR-275 itself is not
intended to cover a Monetary System as such, but provides a solid,
working basis for such systems.

Especially conversion between units (currencies) is included already in
JSR-275 itself.

>
>>
>> It looks like a solid Money and Currency Conversion Service is of
>> course in scope for OFMP...?
> Yes of course, it's in the scope.

Good to hear, I'd be happy to help in this area.
Re: Projects news [message #568475 is a reply to message #8876] Thu, 10 April 2008 15:44 Go to previous message
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RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189

The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)

Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit
of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/

OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.

The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
contribution.

This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server
with deals.

Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).

OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Quick update on project status.
>
> Project website and wiki are created:
> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>
> I have setup several mailing list:
> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>
> Next step:
>
> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>
> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP Cleanliness".
>
> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>
> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>
> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>
> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>
> Existing server code base must be migrated:
> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>
> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
> per service.
>
> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
> milestone.
>
> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
> depth and detailled view on the project:
> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>
> Regards,
>
> Frederic
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>> Some OFMP news.
>>
>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides
>> with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>>
>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>
>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>
>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
>> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse) Modeling
>>> side of the community here...
>>>
>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>> help you with this personally.
>>>
>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>
>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place March
>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>
>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by email.
>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> Kaitlen
>>>
>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>> Content Manager, Events
>>> InfoWorld
>>> 415-978-3251
>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>
>>
Re: Projects news [message #568510 is a reply to message #9203] Fri, 11 April 2008 02:51 Go to previous message
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I of course meant

"RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"

end of the day, sorry :)


"Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>
> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>
> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit of
> infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>
> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
> Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>
> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
> contribution.
>
> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server with
> deals.
>
> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>
> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>
> Frederic
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte a
Re: Projects news [message #568572 is a reply to message #9223] Sat, 19 April 2008 11:37 Go to previous message
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Congratulations Frederic!

Two questions:
- Will you make available any examples soon?
- In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
no longer around. Will they return?

Jochen


Frederic Conrotte wrote:
> I of course meant
>
> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>
> end of the day, sorry :)
>
>
> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>
>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>
>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a bit of
>> infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>
>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives, Financial
>> Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>
>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>> contribution.
>>
>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server with
>> deals.
>>
>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>
>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>
>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>
>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>
>>> Next step:
>>>
>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>>>
>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>> Cleanliness".
>>>
>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>
>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are libraries
>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>>>
>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>
>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>
>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>>
>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>> per service.
>>>
>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>> milestone.
>>>
>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more in
>>> depth and detailled view on the project:
>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>
>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review slides
>>>> with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to Eclipse EMO.
>>>>
>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>
>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>
>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de news:
>>>> fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are involved in
>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more specialized in
>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a business
>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>> Modeling
>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>
>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>
>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>
>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place
>>>>> March
>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for Papers
>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested candidates
>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>
>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>> email.
>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>
>>>>> Best,
>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>
>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>
>
>
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Jochen Krause a écrit :
> Congratulations Frederic!
>
> Two questions:
> - Will you make available any examples soon?

As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/

Better ask them directly ;)

> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are no
> longer around. Will they return?
Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language

Frederic


>
> Jochen
>
>
> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>> I of course meant
>>
>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>
>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>
>>
>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>
>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>
>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>
>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>
>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>> contribution.
>>>
>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core server
>>> with deals.
>>>
>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>
>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>
>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>
>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>
>>>> Next step:
>>>>
>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code base.
>>>>
>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>
>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>
>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>> libraries
>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to Eclipse.
>>>>
>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>
>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>
>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring Remoting?)
>>>>
>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>> per service.
>>>>
>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>> milestone.
>>>>
>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>
>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>
>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>
>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>
>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>> business
>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be able to
>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take place
>>>>>> March
>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>>> email.
>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>
>>
>>
Re: Projects news [message #568642 is a reply to message #10222] Mon, 21 April 2008 16:56 Go to previous message
Stephan Wilczek is currently offline Stephan Wilczek
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Jochen,

some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.

we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.

Stephan

Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>
>> Two questions:
>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>
> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
> find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>
> Better ask them directly ;)
>
>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
>> no longer around. Will they return?
> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
> you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language
>
> Frederic
>
>
>>
>> Jochen
>>
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>> I of course meant
>>>
>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>
>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>
>>>
>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>
>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>
>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>
>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>
>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>> contribution.
>>>>
>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>> server with deals.
>>>>
>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>
>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>
>>>> Frederic
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>
>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>
>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>
>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>
>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>> base.
>>>>>
>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>
>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>
>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>> libraries
>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>
>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>
>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>
>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>
>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>> per service.
>>>>>
>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>
>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be shared
>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results by
>>>>>>> email.
>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>
>>>
>>>
Re: Projects news [message #569173 is a reply to message #10253] Thu, 05 June 2008 15:05 Go to previous message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
Messages: 125
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Stephan,

I'm about to release OFMP 1.0.0M1 with RCML only for the moment.

Could you provide us with the updated documentation ?

Best regards,

Frederic

Stephan Wilczek a écrit :
> Hi Jochen,
>
> some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
> that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.
>
> we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
> own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.
>
> Stephan
>
> Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
>> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>>
>>> Two questions:
>>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>>
>> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can
>> find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>
>> Better ask them directly ;)
>>
>>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which are
>>> no longer around. Will they return?
>> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may help
>> you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML language
>>
>> Frederic
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Jochen
>>>
>>>
>>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>>> I of course meant
>>>>
>>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>>
>>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>>
>>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>>
>>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find a
>>>>> bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>>
>>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>>
>>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>>> contribution.
>>>>>
>>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>>> server with deals.
>>>>>
>>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>>
>>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>>> base.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>>> libraries
>>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>>> per service.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a more
>>>>>> in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be
>>>>>>>> shared
>>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results
>>>>>>>> by email.
>>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
Re: Projects news [message #569270 is a reply to message #10741] Mon, 21 July 2008 15:48 Go to previous message
Frederic Conrotte is currently offline Frederic Conrotte
Messages: 125
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello,

A bit of news after though work :)

I've been working the last 2 months with Jan Blankenhorn from
WeigleWilczek GmBH on the initial TIG (Trade Input Gateway) BackOffice
Connector and TOG (Trade Output Gateway) design and implementation.
I'd like here to thank WeigleWilczek for their valuable contributions to
the project.

TIG's TOF connector source code has already been submitted to the
Eclipse IP process several weeks ago and we are still discussing with
Reuters to know if they allow OFMP to publish implementation code of the
TOF protocol thru our TOF Connector.

TIG and TOG servers and connectors tests with simulators went very well.
We will put them in production before submitting them to the IP process
in order to respect our "field tested components" promise.

On the business side we have completed the Profit and Loss (P&L)
analysis for Forex desk.

Forex and Money Market Position Keeping required some stabilization in
production, it's now running smoothly, traders and users pretty much
satisfied.

On the mid-term horizon we will release the full set of services from
the core server as OSGi bundles services by the end of this year, using
SpringDM for inter-bundle service dependencies.

In parallel we are working on getting rid of SLSBs EJBs in the Core
Server as remoting technology. Tests with SpringHTTP remoting goes quite
well so far.

For Financial libraries, we are closely monitoring Richard Gomes' job on
JQuantlib as well as investigating interface with Reuters RFA libraries
for real time quotation, zero coupon yield curve etc

On another side we are also currently establishing a structure to ensure
long term support for the Eclipse OFMP project.

A lot is going on, we'll try to keep you posted more frequently in the
future.

Sheers

Frederic


Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
> Hi Stephan,
>
> I'm about to release OFMP 1.0.0M1 with RCML only for the moment.
>
> Could you provide us with the updated documentation ?
>
> Best regards,
>
> Frederic
>
> Stephan Wilczek a écrit :
>> Hi Jochen,
>>
>> some examples for rcml will be updated to the latest version (the one
>> that has been committed) in the next 4 weeks and made availabe.
>>
>> we will try to give a brief intro about how to enhance rcml (add your
>> own tags etc.) to meet specific needs.
>>
>> Stephan
>>
>> Frederic Conrotte schrieb:
>>> Jochen Krause a écrit :
>>>> Congratulations Frederic!
>>>>
>>>> Two questions:
>>>> - Will you make available any examples soon?
>>>
>>> As I said Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you
>>> can find a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>
>>> Better ask them directly ;)
>>>
>>>> - In the old demos I have seen extension points for views, which
>>>> are no longer around. Will they return?
>>> Aleksey Aristov, RCML's father (aleksey.aristov at gmail.com) may
>>> help you on this matter but so far views are implemented as an RCML
>>> language
>>>
>>> Frederic
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Jochen
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Frederic Conrotte wrote:
>>>>> I of course meant
>>>>>
>>>>> "RCML is noW officially accepted in CVS"
>>>>>
>>>>> end of the day, sorry :)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> "Frederic Conrotte" <frederic@conrotte.be> wrote in message
>>>>> news:47FE6E1A.1090107@conrotte.be...
>>>>>> RCML is not officially accepted in CVS:
>>>>>> http://dev.eclipse.org/ipzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2189
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The 4 plugins are there waiting for you :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Weiglewilczek didn't provide any real doc yet though you can find
>>>>>> a bit of infos on http://www.rcml.net/downloads/
>>>>>>
>>>>>> OFMP uses RCML for UI databinding, UI views and perspectives,
>>>>>> Financial Market DSL langage etc so you'll soon see examples of use.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Input Gateway (FOG) is also in the process to be submitted as
>>>>>> contribution.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> This gateway's role is to manage connectors that feed the core
>>>>>> server with deals.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Current supported protocol is TOF (Ticket Output Feed).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> OSGi and Spring DM migration is almost complete, stay tuned !
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>> Quick update on project status.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Project website and wiki are created:
>>>>>>> http://www.eclipse.org/ofmp/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I have setup several mailing list:
>>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-dev
>>>>>>> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ofmp-rcml-dev
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Next step:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> To open all Contribution Code requires some work on existing code
>>>>>>> base.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> One of the main Eclipse Code Contribution rule is: "ensure IP
>>>>>>> Cleanliness".
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Eclipse IP Cleanliness means we have to remove existing code base
>>>>>>> dependency on some third party libraries and applications.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Good thing is that RCML and the Front Office Gateway (FOG) are
>>>>>>> libraries
>>>>>>> and component that are already mostly "IP clean" in regards to
>>>>>>> Eclipse.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> So RCML and FOG will be open sourced sooner than the core server
>>>>>>> code, which is for now is single J2EE deployable entreprise archive.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The main dependency to get rid of within server code is JBoss.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Existing server code base must be migrated:
>>>>>>> - from JBoss to OSGi and Spring-OSGi technologies.
>>>>>>> - from EJB remoting to some remoting technology (ECF? Spring
>>>>>>> Remoting?)
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> First the whole server will be migrated to a single OSGi bundle.
>>>>>>> Then this single OSGi bundle will be split into several bundles, one
>>>>>>> per service.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> When this point will be reached, OFMP will have reached its "1.0"
>>>>>>> milestone.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> By the way if you're going to EclipseCon 2008, you can have a
>>>>>>> more in depth and detailled view on the project:
>>>>>>> http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=sub/&id=310
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Frederic Conrotte a écrit :
>>>>>>>> Some OFMP news.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I've found the 2 mentors, written most of the creation review
>>>>>>>> slides with help of other OFMP members and sent the docuware to
>>>>>>>> Eclipse EMO.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> The Creation Review is scheduled for Wed, 30 Jan 2008 at 1500 UTC.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> See http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/ofmp/
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Let's cross fingers ;)
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Frederic
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> "Werner Keil" <werner.keil@gmx.net> a écrit dans le message de
>>>>>>>> news: fi9b0i$kk$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>>>>>>>> Thanks for the feedback.
>>>>>>>>> Well, hope, you find Mentors soon. Those I know and who are
>>>>>>>>> involved in
>>>>>>>>> other projects I work with or contribute are mostly more
>>>>>>>>> specialized in
>>>>>>>>> the field of tools or development processes. So people with a
>>>>>>>>> business
>>>>>>>>> background you might probably find more on the BPM or (Eclipse)
>>>>>>>>> Modeling
>>>>>>>>> side of the community here...
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> I have not been a committing member long enough in the Eclipse
>>>>>>>>> Foundation yet to be in the Architects Council, so I won't be
>>>>>>>>> able to
>>>>>>>>> help you with this personally.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Please also see this Call for Participation I got via email:
>>>>>>>>> I think this might match your project quite well?
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> InfoWorld's Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) will take
>>>>>>>>> place March
>>>>>>>>> 25-26, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Call for
>>>>>>>>> Papers
>>>>>>>>> is now open and will close on November 30th. All interested
>>>>>>>>> candidates
>>>>>>>>> can submit proposals online at the official event website --
>>>>>>>>> www.OSBC.com (see Call for Papers tab).
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Once the CFP closes on November 30th, all submissions will be
>>>>>>>>> shared
>>>>>>>>> with the event chair, Matt Asay, and the OSBC advisory board for
>>>>>>>>> consideration. All candidates will be notified of the results
>>>>>>>>> by email.
>>>>>>>>> If you should have any questions, my contact details are below.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>>>> Kaitlen
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Kaitlen Murphy
>>>>>>>>> Content Manager, Events
>>>>>>>>> InfoWorld
>>>>>>>>> 415-978-3251
>>>>>>>>> kaitlen_murphy@infoworld.com
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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