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[] Eclipse project notifications; Eclipse project upcoming reviews

Hello all,

Here are three notifications about new features or components for current Eclipse projects, plus the schedule of upcoming reviews. Thanks.


STP project

The STP project would like to inform the membership that in the STP creation review slides, there is mention of four sub-projects:

  SOA System (STP Core Framework)
  Service Creation

In actual fact, after the creation, we split off SOA System and STP Core
Framework into two separate sub-projects. We just neglected to tell
everyone at the time. This notice is intended to clear up that discrepancy!


Oisin Hurley, STP


EMFT - new Search component

The EMF Search project will provide the fundamental infrastructure and components for extensible search queries on EMF based models. A particular focus will be made on integration with the Eclipse Core Search API for end user tight
integration. For more information, see

Lucas Bigeardel, EMFT


EMFT - new MWE component

The Eclipse Modeling Project contains several components for working with models in the context of model-driven development. All of these components are essential for a practical MDD tool chain. What is missing, however, is something that binds these tools together. Specifically, a component is required that can be used to orchestrate a model processing chain. The Modeling Workflow Engine will provide an extensible framework to describe and execute this processing chain called workflow.

The whole proposal can be found at

Bernd Kolb, EMFT


Project Reviews:

Wed, 30 May 2007 EPS Creation Review (slides, comments) at 1500 UTC
Wed, 06 Jun 2007 Europa Simultaneous Release Release Review at 1400 UTC

Reviews are held on a conference call. Members and committers are directed to the MyFoundation portal for the call-in information. If you do not have access to the Portal, please email emo@xxxxxxxxxxx for the information.

Anne Jacko

Development Process Operations Support


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