|Participation in Proposal review call and project [message #23840]
||Mon, 15 January 2007 12:11
| Tim Stephenson
Registered: July 2009
Good to see the recent activity around this project. We are interested in
getting involved in this effort and has built up a fair body of knowledge in
the relevant technologies (XPDL, BPMN, EMF, GEF). Is the call open to all,
or who should I ask to discuss involvement?
You can get a flavour of what we have done (as it was last summer, we have
not been idle) by looking at the 'Community Edition' of our product here:
Download Free BPM Modeling Software It is not currently open source but is
freely downloadable for evaluation for an unlimited time.
|JWT Creation review has been successful ! & kickoff meeting [message #23881 is a reply to message #23840]
||Thu, 18 January 2007 13:22
| Marc Dutoo
Registered: July 2009
Successful creation review
The JWT team is pleased to announce that the Java Workflow Toolbox
project has successfully passed the Eclipse creation review !
This significant step occured on wednesday the 17th in a very nice
atmosphere and was attended by with both project leads (Florian
Lautenbacher and Marc Dutoo), Bjorn Freeman-Benson from Eclipse.org, and
a few people from Tibco who provided a few interesting questions about
The more administrative and organisational steps are in the process of
being taken care of.
However, now comes the very important stage of actually starting to "do
things" - analysis, architecture, API definition, implementation and
testing, interacting with the community about the product, refining, in
order to finally and hopefully having something that demonstrates the
feasability of the idea, that is actually useful, and that actually puts
forward the issue of BPM tooling standardisation.
In this perspective, a telco / Webex (thanks to Tibco) kickoff meeting
will be scheduled at the beginning of february. The proposed date is
feb. the 5th, and alternate dates would be the 7th and 8th.
Its goals are to help interested parties know each other and discover
their respective interests in JWT, be it expertise or solutions in the
BPM tooling or BPM standardisation tooling fields, experience of BPM
standardisation or genericity problematics on the representation or
grammar mapping levels, BPM engines knowledge...
It will consists in three parts :
* general interested parties presentation (including every board
member - anybody interested will have talk time). The point is to help
foster further collaboration between actors but also fields. 15 minutes
max each including questions.
* architecture : anyone having experience in tackling the BPM
tooling standardisation and genericity problematics is invited to
present & showcase their architecture. The point is to have a starting
point for the architectural analysis leading to the specifications. At
least 30-40 minutes each.
* actions to be taken : administrative ones, next steps on all
levels & dissemination. This last part is very important since JWT is an
open source project gathering very different partners.
Kickoff meeting preparation
In order to be as efficient as possible, and since a physical meeting is
not possible, the kickoff meeting should be well prepared. That includes :
* anyone interested to attend, please register by answering this
email or directly contacting a project lead
* anyone interested to do a presentation, please register by
answering this email or directly contacting a project lead
* specify the wanted alloted time, subject and which part of the
kickoff meeting it goes in
* please provide the slides in advance so they may be exposed on
the wiki for everyone else to read.
Look for new information, upcoming presentations agenda and
contributions to the meeting on
JWT Project Lead
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