| Experienced GMF/Graphiti developer for generation of editor for EMF-based model [message #900825]
||Wed, 08 August 2012 15:49
|| Stephan Druskat
Registered: October 2011
Location: Berlin, Germany
We are currently looking for someone to generate a generic GEF-based graphical editor for the EMF-based domain model we use, with either GMF or Graphiti.|
The product we are contracting for will consist of an Eclipse RCP plugin project (or projects) which includes the editor itself, as well as a detailed ("tutorial-style" if you like) documentation of the workflow employed to create the final editor (for later re-use), and the GMF project used to create the editor.
The model is a more-or-less generic graph model, third-party (academic context), open source, and less-than-perfectly documented , although we're working closely with the developers, and they're generally very willing to help out.
Please request more details where needed.
Please apply with a brief CV (highlighting your experience with Eclipse RCP and GMF), and include your salary expectations & proposed delivery date. Email: stephan.druskat _ uni-jena.de.
Note: A German "Werkvertrag" like this is a contract between the "ordering party" and a supplier, where a sum of deliverables is provided by the supplier, who in turn is paid a previously agreed sum on delivery. This means that the supplier is not paid per hour, but is paid an agreed sum, no matter how long the work takes to be finished. Any questions about this, please get in touch.
*EDIT: Included Graphiti as possibility. As long as the resulting editor is based on GEF, the technology used doesn't matter. We will need to implement our GEF-based solutions in this editor.
[Updated on: Thu, 09 August 2012 07:33]
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