it seems we have all of us problem of time ^^. I will answer you as
soon as possible after asking my boss.
concerning EclipseCon i was supposed to go but finally my boss is going
to present doc2model. You can ask him directly his name is Raphael
Stephan Eberle a écrit :
It looks like our both last posts came cross-over :)
I like the idea of not only consuming EMF Search but also participating
in with some guys from our team. However as I said earlier, it will be
difficult for us to accept any significant work load or even the
project lead right NOW. Once we will have started the Sphinx project it
will be much easier and certainly possible for some of us to join in.
So, maybe you could take over the project lead on a "minimum effort"
basis for the time being and we can help you out later on?
P.S.: Will you be at EclipseCon this year? Maybe we could meet there as
discuss things further.
I think it's important to provide relatively small grained reusable
components, but a single larger project could provide many of those.
Let's just see what boils out of Sphinx/Papyrus consolidation and
Stephan Eberle wrote:
As I said earlier, EMF Search is an item which sooner or later will become a must
in Sphinx. So it would be a pity to let it die at this point.
On the other hand I have to say that we are currently focused on
getting Sphinx and the necessary consolidation work with Papyrus
Backbone started. I therefore cannot say yet when exactly we will have
time and resources to carry on with EMF Search.
Another question: would you say that EMF Search should be maintained as
is, i.e. as an "independent" modeling component, or could we also opt
for an integration of EMF Search right into the Sphinx codebase?
Am 05.03.2010 21:34, schrieb Ed Merks:
I'll assume for the time being that EMF Search will be recommitterized
in the non-to-distant future.
Stephan Eberle wrote:
EMF Search could find a new home in the recently proposed Sphinx
project. It is actually something which we'll definitely need there.
Before letting it go for a termination review, I'd therefore like to
check if we can take care of it (I just need some time for discussing
this idea with the team). I'll let you know the about our decision asap
(something like next week). Would that work?
@Papyrus and Artop team members: What do you think?
we would like to take care of EMFatic.
That is we want to work on an Xtext-based implementation.
But we won't be able to start on it before end of this year.
On Feb 18, 2010, at 6:47 PM, Ed Merks wrote:
Due to project inactivity, I plan to ask for termination reviews of EMF
Temporality, EMFatic, and EMF Search. If anyone has any concerns or
would like to step up, please speak up now.
By the way, Ecore Tools is in need of active committers as well, or at
the very least, a release engineering support. Volunteers will be most