[jwt-dev] Web site, WE code
I added the paragraph to our web site. Was a good idea.
Please note that since a few days you can find the latest code of the
workflow editor and some example plugins that use the workflow editor (such
as an html documentation) on the Eclipse CVS.
You can download the code from
(or using as method extssh and your Eclipse account). Subfolder WE contains
all the projects. Please ignore the other folders besides WE for the moment,
we need to remove them again.
I think that this code and sample projects will be helpful for your
xpdl-generation as well as your other tasks.
As I will be in Canada from tomorrow on till the end of the month, we will
only be able to stay in contact via mail. But we should already start
organizing a telco for the last week in October (I'll be available again on
Von: Marc Dutoo [mailto:marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Freitag, 12. Oktober 2007 18:51
An: Java Workflow Toolbox; Florian Lautenbacher
Betreff: Re: AW: [jwt-dev] Re: AW: Eclipse Summit Europe slides - Open Wide
I like the way the website looks now :)
I think we should add a short pitch about the goal of the project first,
something like the first slide of the presentation "JWT A complete,
flexible BPM platform" (or maybe the "JWT purpose" slide ?) :
The Java Workflow Tooling project (JWT) aims to build design time,
development time and runtime workflow tools in order to provide a complete,
flexible, interoperable Business Process Management platform.
This is achieved through an extensible architecture allowing to support many
different BP representations, format languages and execution engines. The
set of JWT tools is meant to allow for "Distribution"-like releases with
specific extensions targeting specific platforms or problems, e.g. JWT for
SOA. The mission and philosphy of JWT makes it natural complement to other
Eclipse projects, such as the friend SOA Tools Platform Project.
(I had a look at the STP website, I admit ;)
Florian Lautenbacher a écrit :
> Hi all,
> please have a look at the JWT project web site at Eclipse
> (www.eclipse.org/jwt). I changed it, moved the summary to the about
> site, created sub sites for each component and an area for press
> releases. There you are also able to find the presentation given
> yesterday at the Eclipse Summit Europe 2007 and the shown screencast.
> Currently, the Desktop and WAM sites are still empty and there is not
> too much text on the WE site, too. So, if you have any text that
> should be included, please edit it directly (if you are one of the
> committers) or send it to me so I can include it into the web site.
> Yes, Marc, I agree that we will need to make a bigger telco soon. I
> also discussed this issue yesterday with Alain. Maybe we can schedule
> that to the end of the month as I won't be available till 30th anymore.
> Looking forward to receiving some more information about SCOrWare and
> its contributions.
> Best regards,
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jwt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
> Im Auftrag von Marc Dutoo
> Gesendet: 12 October 2007 12:13
> Cc: 'Java Workflow Toolbox'
> Betreff: [jwt-dev] Re: AW: Eclipse Summit Europe slides - Open Wide
> Hi Florian
> Congrats for pushing forward the JWT flag, I hope I'll be able to be
> on your side on the next occasion !
> Thanks for the feedback on your presentation on eclipse summit europe,
> these are heart-warming details ! I look forward to seeing your uploaded
> On my side, I'll be in Lille for the SCOrWare project next week, and
> this'll be the time to plan our (Open Wide) own technical tasks in
> detail. I'll send info about this as soon as possible.
> Finally I guess with all these progress a "big" JWT telco meeting will
> be appropriate, as well as putting more information on the wiki and
> newsgroup about the new course of development ;)
> Marc Dutoo
> Open Wide
> Florian Lautenbacher a écrit :
>> Hi Marc, hi all,
>> the presentation yesterday at the Eclipse Summit Europe went well.
>> There had been plenty of people (no seats available anymore in a room
>> that offers something like 80-100 seats - is that correct, Alain?)
>> and all were very interested in our project and I had to answer many
>> questions afterwards. I will upload the presentation slides and the
>> screencast I showed there to our homepage and will then go on working
>> on the Workflow Editor again. Please note that the source code for WE
>> is already available on the Eclipse CVS and during the next week(s)
>> we will also publish the plugins packaged as JAR-files so everybody
>> can download them. But probably before, there will be a release
>> review, I guess. Additionally, there will be a new version of the
>> AgilPro LiMo and Simulator available on the sourceforge site
>> (http://sf.net/projects/agilpro) soon.
>> Best regards,
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: Marc Dutoo [mailto:marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx]
>> Gesendet: 11 October 2007 11:01
>> An: Java Workflow Toolbox
>> Cc: Florian Lautenbacher
>> Betreff: Re: Eclipse Summit Europe slides - Open Wide
>> Good luck for today's presentation Florian !
>> Say hi for me to everybody ^^
>> Marc Dutoo
>> Open Wide
>> Alain BOULZE (INRIA) a écrit :
>>> Hello Marc,
>>> Le 8 oct. 07 à 15:59, Marc Dutoo a écrit :
>>>> Hello Alain,
>>>> Thanks very much for this partner projects-related information.
>>>> We'll handle that from there. I'll let Florian see how they can be
>>>> included without going overtime etc. since he's the one who'll speak !
>>> Yes, indeed. I can too discuss with Florian during the Summit,
>>> before his speech. Looking forward to meeting Florian in
>>> Ludwigsburg, and drinking with him some of the famous German beers
>>>> Marc Dutoo
>>>> Open Wide
>>>> Alain BOULZE (INRIA) a écrit :
>>>>> Hi Marc and all,
>>>>> Here are some further slides related to SCOrWare and STP-IM. Feel
>>>>> free to use them if any interest for JWT Regards,
>>>>> Alain BOULZE
>>>>> ObjectWeb @ INRIA
>>>>> SOA Project Coordinator
>>>>> alain.boulze at inria.fr
>>>>> tel.:+33 4 76 61 54 65
>>>>> fax:+33 4 76 61 52 52
>>>>> cel:+33 6 21 09 43 66
>>>>> Le 4 oct. 07 à 17:13, Marc Dutoo a écrit :
>>>>>> Alain : feel free to tune the JWT for SOA part, for example
>>>>>> adding more about SCOrWare ; or add / link more to the STP-IM part.
>>>>>> Marc Dutoo
>>>>>> Open Wide
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