I agree with Adrian. The BPMN modeler is also interesting to JWT.|
For one, I may be wrong, but I think that dependencies to a
terminated project can't be included in the yearly release. At
least, BPMN to JWT transformation (and vice versa) could only be
used if an old BPMN plugin (ex. from the Indigo release) was
installed on the new yearly release (ex. this year's Juno). Which
SHOULD be possible thanks to OSGi, but who knows.
Well, at least we've got time until next June to sort that out.
Anyway as Adrian said, thanks Antoine for all the work you put in it
these last years to make it a worthwhile and successful project !
Le 22/11/2011 09:37, Mos, Adrian a écrit :
Saw your email last week but was travelling and
couldn’t reply faster. The BPMN Modeller is a very important
project in the SOA TLP, certainly one of its highlights, and
I just wanted to say thanks for your great work on this over
In the preparation of the termination review,
it would be great if you and Bob could synchronize to make
sure that whatever could be useful for the BPMN2 Modeller
project, is going to be still available and so on. This
brings me to the archival question, are you planning of
archiving the entire project (CVS, web, bugzilla etc)? I’d
certainly see a lot of value in having the 1.0 modeller
available for some more time from now, until the BPMN2 one
picks up speed.
Thank you again!
+1 for the termination review.
the guidelines for termination reviews (here),
I would like to request your approval for the termination of
the BPMN modeler project.
to this email with +1, 0, and -1 and a comment if necessary.
On Mon, Nov
14, 2011 at 12:04, Antoine Toulme <antoine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
looking at resigning from my position of lead of the
BPMN modeler subproject.
like to offer to conduct a termination review of the
BPMN modeler project, according to the guidelines.
is interest from one or more of the PMC members to take
over the project, I would be happy to discuss it.
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