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[Announce] Emfatic component proposal [message #96408] Mon, 10 September 2007 15:32 Go to next message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
direction of this new component will take place on the
eclipse.technology.emft
newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have comments
or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in the
discussion!


Miguel


--
Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia


Re: [Announce] Emfatic component proposal [message #96483 is a reply to message #96408] Wed, 12 September 2007 01:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: rafael.no.spam.abstratt.com

Hi Miguel,

I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
the proposal.

Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
(as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).

Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams
in DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied
to Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach?
With Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a
hand to the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing
that myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward
compatible way).

Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org
that intend to use Emfatic?

Cheers,

Rafael


Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
> direction of this new component will take place on the
> eclipse.technology.emft
> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in the
> discussion!
>
>
> Miguel
>
>
> --
> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #96498 is a reply to message #96483] Wed, 12 September 2007 10:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Rafael,

My short term plan is:

a) contribute new GUI usability features at the text-editor level,

b) coordinate with new committers the integration of the ToDo functionality.
New functionality usually has a well defined interface (class diagram layout
is one such case) so most of the know-how about those plug-ins is up to
their committers (in the layout example, you're better positioned to make
decisions about what layout
library to use, as long as interface dependencies remain clean)

> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
> intend to use Emfatic?

Not right now, but personally I think EMF stands a good chance of becoming
the programming language of the future. No, seriously. Ecore + OCL captures
the data model + invariants + (most) query aspects of a programming
language. Add imperative constructs, or Event-Condition-Action constructs,
and there's executability too (I'm not working on that, just daydreaming).
If there's a programming language then an IDE for it is necessary, with
Emfatic a candidate jumpstart for such IDE.

Anyway, that's just one of the possible venues for evolution of Emfatic. I
guess different people will come up with different uses for it, that's why
its architecture should accomodate for extensions.

So, you're willing to be a committer, right? :)


Miguel





"Rafael Chaves" <rafael@no.spam.abstratt.com> wrote in message
news:fc7dmm$i54$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Miguel,
>
> I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
> the proposal.
>
> Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
> planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
> primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
> (as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).
>
> Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
> considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
> approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams in
> DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied to
> Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
> UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach? With
> Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a hand to
> the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing that
> myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward compatible way).
>
> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
> intend to use Emfatic?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Rafael
>
>
> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>> eclipse.technology.emft
>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>> comments
>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>> the
>> discussion!
>>
>>
>> Miguel
>>
>>
>> --
>> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
>> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
>> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
>> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
>> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #96528 is a reply to message #96498] Wed, 12 September 2007 15:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: rafael.no.spam.abstratt.com

Hi Miguel,

Thanks for the answers. So far, my main interest in Emfatic is with UML
visualization, but I cannot commit myself to become an active
contributor right now. I will have to find out whether porting UMLGraph
to ECore really makes sense. I know it is technically feasible, but need
to figure whether there is enough support for the idea make the effort
worthy.

Might take a while, but I will get back to you on this when I find out.

Rafael

Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Rafael,
>
> My short term plan is:
>
> a) contribute new GUI usability features at the text-editor level,
>
> b) coordinate with new committers the integration of the ToDo functionality.
> New functionality usually has a well defined interface (class diagram layout
> is one such case) so most of the know-how about those plug-ins is up to
> their committers (in the layout example, you're better positioned to make
> decisions about what layout
> library to use, as long as interface dependencies remain clean)
>
>> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
>> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
>> intend to use Emfatic?
>
> Not right now, but personally I think EMF stands a good chance of becoming
> the programming language of the future. No, seriously. Ecore + OCL captures
> the data model + invariants + (most) query aspects of a programming
> language. Add imperative constructs, or Event-Condition-Action constructs,
> and there's executability too (I'm not working on that, just daydreaming).
> If there's a programming language then an IDE for it is necessary, with
> Emfatic a candidate jumpstart for such IDE.
>
> Anyway, that's just one of the possible venues for evolution of Emfatic. I
> guess different people will come up with different uses for it, that's why
> its architecture should accomodate for extensions.
>
> So, you're willing to be a committer, right? :)
>
>
> Miguel
>
>
>
>
>
> "Rafael Chaves" <rafael@no.spam.abstratt.com> wrote in message
> news:fc7dmm$i54$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Hi Miguel,
>>
>> I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
>> the proposal.
>>
>> Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
>> planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
>> primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
>> (as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).
>>
>> Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
>> considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
>> approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams in
>> DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied to
>> Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
>> UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach? With
>> Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a hand to
>> the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing that
>> myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward compatible way).
>>
>> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
>> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
>> intend to use Emfatic?
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Rafael
>>
>>
>> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>>> eclipse.technology.emft
>>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>>> comments
>>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>>> the
>>> discussion!
>>>
>>>
>>> Miguel
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
>>> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
>>> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
>>> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
>>> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #96943 is a reply to message #96408] Tue, 18 September 2007 18:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris Daly is currently offline Chris DalyFriend
Messages: 19
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Miguel,

I've been following your "Summer of Code" blog and the new work you've
done on Emfatic looks really good!

As the author of the original Emfatic, I'd like to volunteer to be a
committer for this component also. Note however that I'm presently only
able to volunteer my personal time to work on this.


Chris



Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
> direction of this new component will take place on the
> eclipse.technology.emft
> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in the
> discussion!
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #96964 is a reply to message #96943] Thu, 20 September 2007 08:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Chris,

That's great. I feel weird welcoming you into Emfatic, when in fact you
started the ball rolling!

And to those yet undecided about declaring interest on this project: every
contribution counts, and is a rewarding experience. Summing up my replies to
off-list emails I've received recently: getting involved with Emfatic is a
great way to catalyze ideas on modeling infrastructure in general. It's a
great jumping board! Don't miss this chance :)

Miguel



--
Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia

"Chris Daly" <cjdaly@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:fcp6in$s8o$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Miguel,
>
> I've been following your "Summer of Code" blog and the new work you've
> done on Emfatic looks really good!
>
> As the author of the original Emfatic, I'd like to volunteer to be a
> committer for this component also. Note however that I'm presently only
> able to volunteer my personal time to work on this.
>
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>> eclipse.technology.emft
>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>> comments
>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>> the
>> discussion!
>>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component UPDATED proposal [message #97181 is a reply to message #96943] Mon, 24 September 2007 15:31 Go to previous message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi,

Some typos and also an updated list of initial committers. No more changes
from my side are going to be made to this proposal.

Miguel



--
Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia


Re: [Announce] Emfatic component proposal [message #609695 is a reply to message #96408] Wed, 12 September 2007 01:00 Go to previous message
Rafael Chaves is currently offline Rafael ChavesFriend
Messages: 362
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Miguel,

I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
the proposal.

Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
(as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).

Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams
in DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied
to Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach?
With Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a
hand to the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing
that myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward
compatible way).

Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org
that intend to use Emfatic?

Cheers,

Rafael


Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
> direction of this new component will take place on the
> eclipse.technology.emft
> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in the
> discussion!
>
>
> Miguel
>
>
> --
> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #609696 is a reply to message #96483] Wed, 12 September 2007 10:42 Go to previous message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Rafael,

My short term plan is:

a) contribute new GUI usability features at the text-editor level,

b) coordinate with new committers the integration of the ToDo functionality.
New functionality usually has a well defined interface (class diagram layout
is one such case) so most of the know-how about those plug-ins is up to
their committers (in the layout example, you're better positioned to make
decisions about what layout
library to use, as long as interface dependencies remain clean)

> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
> intend to use Emfatic?

Not right now, but personally I think EMF stands a good chance of becoming
the programming language of the future. No, seriously. Ecore + OCL captures
the data model + invariants + (most) query aspects of a programming
language. Add imperative constructs, or Event-Condition-Action constructs,
and there's executability too (I'm not working on that, just daydreaming).
If there's a programming language then an IDE for it is necessary, with
Emfatic a candidate jumpstart for such IDE.

Anyway, that's just one of the possible venues for evolution of Emfatic. I
guess different people will come up with different uses for it, that's why
its architecture should accomodate for extensions.

So, you're willing to be a committer, right? :)


Miguel





"Rafael Chaves" <rafael@no.spam.abstratt.com> wrote in message
news:fc7dmm$i54$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Miguel,
>
> I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
> the proposal.
>
> Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
> planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
> primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
> (as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).
>
> Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
> considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
> approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams in
> DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied to
> Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
> UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach? With
> Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a hand to
> the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing that
> myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward compatible way).
>
> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
> intend to use Emfatic?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Rafael
>
>
> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>> eclipse.technology.emft
>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>> comments
>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>> the
>> discussion!
>>
>>
>> Miguel
>>
>>
>> --
>> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
>> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
>> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
>> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
>> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #609699 is a reply to message #96498] Wed, 12 September 2007 15:11 Go to previous message
Rafael Chaves is currently offline Rafael ChavesFriend
Messages: 362
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Miguel,

Thanks for the answers. So far, my main interest in Emfatic is with UML
visualization, but I cannot commit myself to become an active
contributor right now. I will have to find out whether porting UMLGraph
to ECore really makes sense. I know it is technically feasible, but need
to figure whether there is enough support for the idea make the effort
worthy.

Might take a while, but I will get back to you on this when I find out.

Rafael

Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Rafael,
>
> My short term plan is:
>
> a) contribute new GUI usability features at the text-editor level,
>
> b) coordinate with new committers the integration of the ToDo functionality.
> New functionality usually has a well defined interface (class diagram layout
> is one such case) so most of the know-how about those plug-ins is up to
> their committers (in the layout example, you're better positioned to make
> decisions about what layout
> library to use, as long as interface dependencies remain clean)
>
>> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
>> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
>> intend to use Emfatic?
>
> Not right now, but personally I think EMF stands a good chance of becoming
> the programming language of the future. No, seriously. Ecore + OCL captures
> the data model + invariants + (most) query aspects of a programming
> language. Add imperative constructs, or Event-Condition-Action constructs,
> and there's executability too (I'm not working on that, just daydreaming).
> If there's a programming language then an IDE for it is necessary, with
> Emfatic a candidate jumpstart for such IDE.
>
> Anyway, that's just one of the possible venues for evolution of Emfatic. I
> guess different people will come up with different uses for it, that's why
> its architecture should accomodate for extensions.
>
> So, you're willing to be a committer, right? :)
>
>
> Miguel
>
>
>
>
>
> "Rafael Chaves" <rafael@no.spam.abstratt.com> wrote in message
> news:fc7dmm$i54$1@build.eclipse.org...
>> Hi Miguel,
>>
>> I am the author of the TextUML Toolkit (http://textuml.net) mentioned in
>> the proposal.
>>
>> Many of the features planned/considered are of interest to me. Are you
>> planning to ever cover ECore-based metamodels or only ECore itself? My
>> primary interest is UML2, but I might be able to get by with ECore only
>> (as ECore is a subset of the UML metamodel).
>>
>> Also, re: "Generate an automatic diagram layout": from the options
>> considered, what is the intended path? Zest+GEF? Or a Graphviz based
>> approach? I think UMLGraph is great w.r.t. rendering UML class diagrams in
>> DOT/Graphviz, but it is a pity that that feature is so closely tied to
>> Javadoc tag processing. I wonder if Diomidis Spinellis (the author of
>> UMLGraph) would consider moving UMLGraph to an ECore-based approach? With
>> Diomidis blessing/support, I would definitely be willing to lend a hand to
>> the effort of porting UMLGraph to EMF as I have considered doing that
>> myself recently (it could certainly be done in a backward compatible way).
>>
>> Last thing: besides improving the existing Emfatic implementation, what
>> are the goals of the project? Are there other projects in Eclipse.org that
>> intend to use Emfatic?
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Rafael
>>
>>
>> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>>> eclipse.technology.emft
>>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>>> comments
>>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>>> the
>>> discussion!
>>>
>>>
>>> Miguel
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
>>> Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
>>> Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
>>> Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
>>> http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #609729 is a reply to message #96408] Tue, 18 September 2007 18:49 Go to previous message
Chris Daly is currently offline Chris DalyFriend
Messages: 19
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Miguel,

I've been following your "Summer of Code" blog and the new work you've
done on Emfatic looks really good!

As the author of the original Emfatic, I'd like to volunteer to be a
committer for this component also. Note however that I'm presently only
able to volunteer my personal time to work on this.


Chris



Miguel Garcia wrote:
> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
> direction of this new component will take place on the
> eclipse.technology.emft
> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have comments
> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in the
> discussion!
>
>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component proposal [message #609742 is a reply to message #96943] Thu, 20 September 2007 08:03 Go to previous message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
Messages: 77
Registered: July 2009
Member
Chris,

That's great. I feel weird welcoming you into Emfatic, when in fact you
started the ball rolling!

And to those yet undecided about declaring interest on this project: every
contribution counts, and is a rewarding experience. Summing up my replies to
off-list emails I've received recently: getting involved with Emfatic is a
great way to catalyze ideas on modeling infrastructure in general. It's a
great jumping board! Don't miss this chance :)

Miguel



--
Miguel Garcia miguel.garcia@tuhh.de
Institute for Software Systems (STS), AB 4-02
Technische Universitaet Hamburg-Harburg
Harburger Schlossstr. 20, 21073 Hamburg Fax: (+49)40-42878-2515
http://www.sts.tu-harburg.de/~mi.garcia

"Chris Daly" <cjdaly@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
news:fcp6in$s8o$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Miguel,
>
> I've been following your "Summer of Code" blog and the new work you've
> done on Emfatic looks really good!
>
> As the author of the original Emfatic, I'd like to volunteer to be a
> committer for this component also. Note however that I'm presently only
> able to volunteer my personal time to work on this.
>
>
> Chris
>
>
>
> Miguel Garcia wrote:
>> Attached is a proposal to create a new Emfatic component as part of the
>> EMFT project. Technical discussions about the formation, scope, and
>> direction of this new component will take place on the
>> eclipse.technology.emft
>> newsgroup (please prefix the subject with [Emfatic]). If you have
>> comments
>> or ideas, or interest in contributing to the component, please join in
>> the
>> discussion!
>>
Re: [Emfatic] Emfatic component UPDATED proposal [message #609795 is a reply to message #96943] Mon, 24 September 2007 15:31 Go to previous message
Miguel Garcia is currently offline Miguel GarciaFriend
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Hi,

Some typos and also an updated list of initial committers. No more changes
from my side are going to be made to this proposal.

Miguel



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