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COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #2117] Mon, 30 October 2006 11:32 Go to next message
Oliver E Cole is currently offline Oliver E Cole
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:

- Long talk (probably about SML),
- Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
- Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
- Demo,
- Poster,
- Tabletop,
- BOF.

Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:

http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics

We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #3094 is a reply to message #2117] Mon, 30 October 2006 13:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Craig Thomas is currently offline Craig Thomas
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I'd very much like to participate.

Of the possible formats, nearly all of which we could pursue, the one I
find most appealing is the panel.

It would be great to get some dialog going among the commercial,
commercial-open source, and open source participants in the COSMOS
community about:
- Benefits of community process
- Potential for interoperability
- Strength of SML as a modeling language

I'll go add these $USD 0.02 to the wiki page, but also wanted to put my
name in the hat here.

Thanks,
-- Craig.

Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #3250 is a reply to message #2117] Mon, 30 October 2006 22:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mark Weitzel is currently offline Mark Weitzel
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
Oliver,
I'd like IBM to be represented on the panel, probably either me or Harm,
but I might explore other folks from Tivoli as well. Count us in!


The idea of presenting SML is a good one. Since there is an interop
scheduled for January, we should be able to fill a demo and a long talk.
The Technology mailing list had a call for tutorials, and, believe
it or not, no one has submitted anything. This could be a great
opportunity for us as we approach the deadline for Long Talks and Demos.


I did a poster on COSMOS at the Eclipse Summit and would be happy to
update that with information from the community. I will also be happy
to handle the logistics of a poster, e.g. printing it out, getting it to
CA etc. I've updated the wiki with the .ppt of the poster from Eslingen
( http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pos ter)

Tabletop. Well, I like to eat, so I'm in.

BOF. I'm in.

BTW...
Joel Hawkins of Compuware and I submitted a talk that will cover the
WSDM flavor of the BtM toolkit and Corona. That submission is here
(http://eclipsezilla.eclipsecon.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3596)
I'll definitely be highlighting COSMOS in this, although it won't be the
"headline" per se.

Also, as we were getting things going, Matt Mings and I submitted one
for the BTM toolkit:
(http://eclipsezilla.eclipsecon.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3590) If you (or
anyone else) would like to participate, that would be great!

<shamelessSolicitationForVotes>
well.... this goes without saying, right?
<\shamelessSolicitationForVotes>


Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #3346 is a reply to message #2117] Tue, 31 October 2006 15:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Toni Drapkin is currently offline Toni Drapkin
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Good idea. I'd be happy to work with someone on the intro to COSMOS
short talk.

Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #3648 is a reply to message #2117] Fri, 10 November 2006 15:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mark Weitzel is currently offline Mark Weitzel
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
and panelists.

So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el


Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #3713 is a reply to message #3648] Sat, 11 November 2006 15:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Oliver E Cole is currently offline Oliver E Cole
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am shameless in my desire for fame, but I will take no offense if
you would like someone who actually is more involved in the SML or other
efforts.

--oec


Mark W. wrote:

> I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
> Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
> with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
> and panelists.
>
> So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el
>
>
> Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
>>
>> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
>> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
>> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>>
>> - Long talk (probably about SML),
>> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
>> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
>> - Demo,
>> - Poster,
>> - Tabletop,
>> - BOF.
>>
>> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
>> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>>
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>>
>> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the
>> abstracts in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #4061 is a reply to message #3648] Mon, 13 November 2006 18:23 Go to previous message
Brian Vetter is currently offline Brian Vetter
Messages: 74
Registered: July 2009
Member
Just a reminder, I volunteered Roger Castillo, CTO of AlterPoint and the
soon to be announced Eclipse-based ZipTie OSS project as someone who
would participate on the OSS/Sysman panel.

Brian

Mark W. wrote:
> I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
> Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
> with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
> and panelists.
>
> So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el
>
>
> Oliver E Cole wrote:
>>
>> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
>> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
>> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>>
>> - Long talk (probably about SML),
>> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
>> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
>> - Demo,
>> - Poster,
>> - Tabletop,
>> - BOF.
>>
>> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
>> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>>
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>>
>> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the
>> abstracts in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #567423 is a reply to message #2117] Mon, 30 October 2006 13:06 Go to previous message
Craig Thomas is currently offline Craig Thomas
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I'd very much like to participate.

Of the possible formats, nearly all of which we could pursue, the one I
find most appealing is the panel.

It would be great to get some dialog going among the commercial,
commercial-open source, and open source participants in the COSMOS
community about:
- Benefits of community process
- Potential for interoperability
- Strength of SML as a modeling language

I'll go add these $USD 0.02 to the wiki page, but also wanted to put my
name in the hat here.

Thanks,
-- Craig.

Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #567550 is a reply to message #2117] Mon, 30 October 2006 22:33 Go to previous message
Mark Weitzel is currently offline Mark Weitzel
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
Oliver,
I'd like IBM to be represented on the panel, probably either me or Harm,
but I might explore other folks from Tivoli as well. Count us in!


The idea of presenting SML is a good one. Since there is an interop
scheduled for January, we should be able to fill a demo and a long talk.
The Technology mailing list had a call for tutorials, and, believe
it or not, no one has submitted anything. This could be a great
opportunity for us as we approach the deadline for Long Talks and Demos.


I did a poster on COSMOS at the Eclipse Summit and would be happy to
update that with information from the community. I will also be happy
to handle the logistics of a poster, e.g. printing it out, getting it to
CA etc. I've updated the wiki with the .ppt of the poster from Eslingen
( http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pos ter)

Tabletop. Well, I like to eat, so I'm in.

BOF. I'm in.

BTW...
Joel Hawkins of Compuware and I submitted a talk that will cover the
WSDM flavor of the BtM toolkit and Corona. That submission is here
(http://eclipsezilla.eclipsecon.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3596)
I'll definitely be highlighting COSMOS in this, although it won't be the
"headline" per se.

Also, as we were getting things going, Matt Mings and I submitted one
for the BTM toolkit:
(http://eclipsezilla.eclipsecon.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3590) If you (or
anyone else) would like to participate, that would be great!

<shamelessSolicitationForVotes>
well.... this goes without saying, right?
<\shamelessSolicitationForVotes>


Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon [message #567620 is a reply to message #2117] Tue, 31 October 2006 15:49 Go to previous message
Toni Drapkin is currently offline Toni Drapkin
Messages: 26
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Good idea. I'd be happy to work with someone on the intro to COSMOS
short talk.

Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #567825 is a reply to message #2117] Fri, 10 November 2006 15:01 Go to previous message
Mark Weitzel is currently offline Mark Weitzel
Messages: 78
Registered: July 2009
Member
I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
and panelists.

So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el


Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>
> - Long talk (probably about SML),
> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
> - Demo,
> - Poster,
> - Tabletop,
> - BOF.
>
> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>
> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the abstracts
> in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #567881 is a reply to message #3648] Sat, 11 November 2006 15:58 Go to previous message
Oliver E Cole is currently offline Oliver E Cole
Messages: 22
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am shameless in my desire for fame, but I will take no offense if
you would like someone who actually is more involved in the SML or other
efforts.

--oec


Mark W. wrote:

> I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
> Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
> with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
> and panelists.
>
> So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el
>
>
> Oliver E Cole wrote:
>
>>
>> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
>> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
>> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>>
>> - Long talk (probably about SML),
>> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
>> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
>> - Demo,
>> - Poster,
>> - Tabletop,
>> - BOF.
>>
>> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
>> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>>
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>>
>> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the
>> abstracts in.
Re: COSMOS at EclipseCon::Panel [message #567908 is a reply to message #3648] Mon, 13 November 2006 18:23 Go to previous message
Brian Vetter is currently offline Brian Vetter
Messages: 74
Registered: July 2009
Member
Just a reminder, I volunteered Roger Castillo, CTO of AlterPoint and the
soon to be announced Eclipse-based ZipTie OSS project as someone who
would participate on the OSS/Sysman panel.

Brian

Mark W. wrote:
> I've received tentative agreement from Ric Telford, Vice President, IBM
> Tivloi Autonomic Computing, to be a panelist. I'd like to circle back
> with this group to see if we can't finalize a set of discussion topics
> and panelists.
>
> So far, we have Ric and Craig. We need at least two more.
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics#Pan el
>
>
> Oliver E Cole wrote:
>>
>> Part of the eclipse process is community outreach and EclipseCon is THE
>> place to do that. A couple of us were chatting and we think we can put
>> enough information together to do the following things at EclipseCon:
>>
>> - Long talk (probably about SML),
>> - Short talk (Intro to COSMOS),
>> - Panel discussion (Using open source technology in systems management),
>> - Demo,
>> - Poster,
>> - Tabletop,
>> - BOF.
>>
>> Is anyone interested in participating or have any thoughts about what we
>> should cover? Please add your comments to the following wiki page:
>>
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/COSMOSEclipseConTopics
>>
>> We are targeting November 16 to wrap up discussion and get the
>> abstracts in.
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