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I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #1540] Sun, 11 December 2005 20:49 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: allenmacyoung.gmail.com

Fabrice Dewasmes:
Hi, I am wondering where do you come from. :)
I'm a senior student of Shanghai JiaoTong University in China. My
friends and I have been working on a workflow designer based on eclipse for
about 3 months. For now, we have already developed a plug-in to do the
workflow designing using XPDL as the definition language.It has three views:
the graphic view, the tree view (which describe the structure of XPDL) and
the source view. What's more, we also developed a form designer since we
thought filling form is the most common work of every activity in a workflow
process.
I thought this little plug-in could be helpful and my friends and I
would like to join this project very much!
I will post a few screenshots later, since I haven't got them on this
computer.
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #1555 is a reply to message #1540] Wed, 21 December 2005 11:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fabrice.dewasmes.openwide.fr

Hi !

We would be more than happy to welcome you in this project ! I'd really
like to know a little bit more about what you've achieved :

First : Are you willing to contribute your code to the project ?

Second : What technology did you use in your code base ? Is it GMF-based ?
or EMF or GEF based ? Or did you write everything from scratch ?

Third : Have you implemented all XPDL features ?

Fourth : what is your potential contribution effort ?

Thanks again for your interest !

Best regards,

Fabrice
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #1579 is a reply to message #1555] Wed, 21 December 2005 21:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: allenmacyoung.gmail.com

Thanks~ Here is what you want to know.

First: It's a honour to contribute all my codes to this project!

Second: We use GEF because when we were doing the development,
there was no GMF to use. Actually, I haven't found enough
information
about GMF util now. I even cannot find it at eclipse.org.

Third: I have implemented all the XPDL 1.0 features except sub flow.

Fourth: Since my partners and I are all university students and I am going
to be a graduate student, We surely have time to do something.
Now the XPDL version is 1.1, I think we could first do the
migration
work since we are all very familiar with XPDL.
What's further, as I know, there is no eclipse project contributor
coming from university of China, We want to have the first try.

As an eclipse lover, I really want to do something useful for her.

Best regards,

Allen

----- Original Message -----
From: "Fabrice Dewasmes" <fabrice.dewasmes@openwide.fr>
Newsgroups: eclipse.technology.jwt
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 12:19 AM
Subject: Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join
this project


> Hi !
>
> We would be more than happy to welcome you in this project ! I'd really
> like to know a little bit more about what you've achieved :
>
> First : Are you willing to contribute your code to the project ?
>
> Second : What technology did you use in your code base ? Is it GMF-based ?
> or EMF or GEF based ? Or did you write everything from scratch ?
>
> Third : Have you implemented all XPDL features ?
>
> Fourth : what is your potential contribution effort ?
>
> Thanks again for your interest !
>
> Best regards,
>
> Fabrice
>
>
>
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #1590 is a reply to message #1579] Thu, 22 December 2005 05:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fabrice.dewasmes.openwide.fr

Hi Allen,

For GMF please look at http://www.eclipse.org/gmf/.

We've achieved nearly same kind of work and I think this could be
interesting to see how we could merge all this. In fact we have also used
GEF and not GMF. We wanted to use JaWE model source code as we have kindly
obtained authorization from Together which is the copyright owner of the
jawe code portion we wanted to use. But it seems that modeling with EMF or
even using GMF is more straightforward.

I'm going to see if my company can get a public cvs running (it shouldn't
be a big deal) and expose our work in that CVS. If you're OK we could
integrate your code in this CVS being initial code contribution.

Could you please let me know the people I can add to the interested
contributors list in the JWT proposal page at Eclipse ?

And, well, welcome on board !

best regards,

Fabrice
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #4265 is a reply to message #1590] Sat, 24 December 2005 23:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: allemacyoung.gmail.com

Greate! Thank you~

Another thing, since my friends and I are all Chinese, we want to put both
our chinese names and english names on the interested contributors list.
But we will use english names only. Is that ok?

I will get you know the name list as soon as we make a decision.

Allen.

"Fabrice Dewasmes" <fabrice.dewasmes@openwide.fr> ????
news:22e9413cd90b9d1b72249e27bce72738$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hi Allen,
>
> For GMF please look at http://www.eclipse.org/gmf/.
>
> We've achieved nearly same kind of work and I think this could be
> interesting to see how we could merge all this. In fact we have also used
> GEF and not GMF. We wanted to use JaWE model source code as we have kindly
> obtained authorization from Together which is the copyright owner of the
> jawe code portion we wanted to use. But it seems that modeling with EMF or
> even using GMF is more straightforward.
>
> I'm going to see if my company can get a public cvs running (it shouldn't
> be a big deal) and expose our work in that CVS. If you're OK we could
> integrate your code in this CVS being initial code contribution.
>
> Could you please let me know the people I can add to the interested
> contributors list in the JWT proposal page at Eclipse ?
>
> And, well, welcome on board !
>
> best regards,
>
> Fabrice
>
>
>
>
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #7639 is a reply to message #1590] Sun, 08 January 2006 12:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: vgv8.yahoo.com.br

Hi, Fabrice,
> interesting to see how we could merge all this. In fact we have also used
> GEF and not GMF. We wanted to use JaWE model source code as we have kindly
> obtained authorization from Together which is the copyright owner of the
> jawe code portion we wanted to use. But it seems that modeling with EMF or
> even using GMF is more straightforward.
Isn't it possible to use GEF through GMF? Isn't the purpose of GMF is to
make generative brigde between GEF with EMF

Isn't JaWE Open Sourced? Why should someone receive owner approval?
BTW, can you point to any documentation on JaWE

Guennadi Vanine
Re: I have already developed a workflow designer and want to join this project [message #7827 is a reply to message #7639] Mon, 09 January 2006 05:35 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fabrice.dewasmes.openwide.fr

Guennadi Vanine wrote:
> Hi, Fabrice,
>
>>interesting to see how we could merge all this. In fact we have also used
>>GEF and not GMF. We wanted to use JaWE model source code as we have kindly
>>obtained authorization from Together which is the copyright owner of the
>>jawe code portion we wanted to use. But it seems that modeling with EMF or
>>even using GMF is more straightforward.
>
> Isn't it possible to use GEF through GMF? Isn't the purpose of GMF is to
> make generative brigde between GEF with EMF

Yes it is.

>
> Isn't JaWE Open Sourced? Why should someone receive owner approval?

EPL and GPL are not compatible. To be able to change a licence you need
to have approval of every code copyright owner. In the case of a large
open source community this is nearly not achievable. So I've asked to
Together if they are OK to give us a copy of their code so that we can
use it. It happened that they integrally own the classes we wanted to
use and that were in the model.

> BTW, can you point to any documentation on JaWE

please see http://jawe.objectweb.org

please note that they have very recently release a V2 beta which is
really interesting.

Fabrice
>
> Guennadi Vanine
>
>
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