[jwt-dev] AW: Web site, WE code
both days would be okay for me, but only in the morning (between 8 and 12
o'clock). Would this be convenient for you, too?
What about the other partners? Obeo, INRIA, Bull? Would one of these two
days fit you as well?
Von: Marc Dutoo [mailto:marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 18. Oktober 2007 19:34
An: Florian Lautenbacher
Cc: 'Java Workflow Toolbox'
Betreff: Re: Web site, WE code
The 30, 31 oct, 01 nov. would be fine by me for setting up a "big
checkpoint" telco, where we would share our done, ongoing and planned work.
What about the other core partners (Obeo, INRIA, Bull) and interested
parties (jBoss, Tibco, INT) ?
Great work committing the source code, I've just got it from CVS and it
builds and starts just fine using eclipse 3.3 "for plugin developers"
that I found here :
Florian Lautenbacher a écrit :
> Hi Marc,
> 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
> host: dev.eclipse.org
> repository: /cvsroot/technology
> method: pserver
> user: anonymous
> password: none
> path: org.eclipse.jwt/we/
> (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 the 30th).
> Best regards,
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> 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
> Hi Florian
> 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
>> 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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