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New ORMF contributors [message #13024] Sun, 12 October 2008 12:17 Go to next message
Barbara Rosi-Schwartz is currently offline Barbara Rosi-Schwartz
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi everyone.

I am delighted to welcome two new contributors to ORMF. They are Yahya
Ozturk from Turkey and George (Jojy) Vempus from India.

I am very pleased to say they are both very energetic and extremely
eager to contribute. I am sure they will have a lot to add to our
effort.

Thank you both, Yahya and Jojy!

B.

                                   Barbara Rosi-Schwartz
                   Etish Limited [http://www.etish.org]
Blog: http://www.brs4etish.blogspot.com
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Re: New ORMF contributors [message #14221 is a reply to message #13024] Tue, 28 October 2008 20:25 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Barbara,

I am writing a reply to this one as you sent me an email reply earlier.
Regarding the colleague I mentioned, he is not qualified enough since he
only "helps out" one of his friends who has started something in the
direction of function points, but he claims he doesn't believe in
Eclipse and they rather launch a web-based version of that stuff only
(or maybe they'll call it "Cloud" based now ?;-)

Plus his statements about Open Source being copied and stolen does not
seem like he understood the ideas of it either...

I have a long history both with Open Source and Domain Driven Design or
Architectures, too. Not to mention using Java since it got stable enough
for business (1.1 in 1996) and Eclipse since its first Open Source
release. In fact I was there when Erich Gamma presented SWT in 2000
already ;-)

I have used a whole lot of so called MDA tools and also dealt with some
RM tools e.g. from Borland hindered by a lot of weaknesses, especially
in team-based collaboration. I appreciate the fact, Borland is mentor
here, and hope even more, this project may help them with some of their
ALF related products, too.

Besides I am committing member of Eclipse for Babel to oversee and
coordinate i18n needs for Eclipse tools and content created by them.
Looking at some parts of the Useme demo app, I can also see not just a
simple UI demand for multiple languages, but maybe even other areas like
relevant fields of the user stories, etc. (I've been involved in more
than just one project where even Use Cases were created by Offshore
personal in other countries and often languages ;-)

If you haven't got too many contributors so far, I'd be happy to help you.

Kind Regards,
Werner
Re: New ORMF contributors [message #564860 is a reply to message #13024] Tue, 28 October 2008 20:25 Go to previous message
Werner Keil is currently offline Werner Keil
Messages: 1083
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Barbara,

I am writing a reply to this one as you sent me an email reply earlier.
Regarding the colleague I mentioned, he is not qualified enough since he
only "helps out" one of his friends who has started something in the
direction of function points, but he claims he doesn't believe in
Eclipse and they rather launch a web-based version of that stuff only
(or maybe they'll call it "Cloud" based now ?;-)

Plus his statements about Open Source being copied and stolen does not
seem like he understood the ideas of it either...

I have a long history both with Open Source and Domain Driven Design or
Architectures, too. Not to mention using Java since it got stable enough
for business (1.1 in 1996) and Eclipse since its first Open Source
release. In fact I was there when Erich Gamma presented SWT in 2000
already ;-)

I have used a whole lot of so called MDA tools and also dealt with some
RM tools e.g. from Borland hindered by a lot of weaknesses, especially
in team-based collaboration. I appreciate the fact, Borland is mentor
here, and hope even more, this project may help them with some of their
ALF related products, too.

Besides I am committing member of Eclipse for Babel to oversee and
coordinate i18n needs for Eclipse tools and content created by them.
Looking at some parts of the Useme demo app, I can also see not just a
simple UI demand for multiple languages, but maybe even other areas like
relevant fields of the user stories, etc. (I've been involved in more
than just one project where even Use Cases were created by Offshore
personal in other countries and often languages ;-)

If you haven't got too many contributors so far, I'd be happy to help you.

Kind Regards,
Werner
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