Indeed, below EFS (Eclipse FileSystem) alone there are several
Great. As we finally support BPMN2 for the
Stardust Browser Modeler as well, we could demo direct
interaction with Bob’s editor plus some Rules stuff plus
Mobile plus new Reporting plus Orion.
Bob, quick question: Have you ever thought
about a more generalized file protocol for your BPMN2 files?
We could use that to hook in your modeler into the document
repository underneath our browser modeler and this way even
work simultaneously. Possibly there are Eclipse protocols
including archived and remote ones (SSH, FTP, CVS, HTTP, CMIS)
... the latter reminding me of JWT's CMIS export to Alfresco or
Nuxeo document management systems (to e.g. initialize a tree
structure or wiki where to store manual documentation pertaining to
the process), which could be nice to demonstrate also if I can get
on the train (or rather plane) !
Sounds good! For both the creative part and NY,
so I’ll try to find a flight with a NY layover
I think regarding the talk, I would like to
show some nice integration between Mangrove and Stardust by
showing some of the monitoring work, for instance updating
diagrams (Mangrove viewer, BPMN2, potentially SCA) with
monitoring data coming out from Stardust. This is incipient
but I’m hopeful we’ll have interesting stuff to show.
Absolutely. May need to be a little bit more
creative than SOA Symposium though. Make sure that you can
stay in NYC for one night or so. I will take you out.
Should we plan a common submission for ECON US
On Behalf Of Ian Bull
Sent: 02 October 2013 17:36
To: Eclipse Planning Council private list
Subject: Re: [eclipse.org-planning-council] Reminder
of "First Wednesday" Meeting, 10/2, 12:00 Noon (Eastern)
As an agenda item, I'd
like to remind everyone that the EclipseCon 2014 (North
America) Call for Proposals is now available and the
submission system is open.
As usual, there will
be an early bird deadline: November 4th 2013 and the
final submission deadline is November 18th.
Please pass this
information along to the PMCs, Projects and
Organizations you represent.
On Wed, Oct 2, 2013
at 7:35 AM, Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx>
As promised, here is my proposal for
requirements on projects who wish to do minor
releases at SR time.
First major releases not allowed.
Projects must maintain backwards compatibility with
Projects must follow the ramp down
schedule for the SR. The bits for the release must
be made available at RC1 and can not be introduced
later than that. Bug fixes of course can be made
during the release candidate cycle.
Release review material must be
available to the community by RC1 to document the
changes and new features in the release.
Like to keep it short and succinct. We
can discuss and adjust at the meeting or here on the
BTW, in full disclosure, CDT will be
doing this for Kepler SR-3 with CDT 8.3. So I am in
a bit of a conflict of interest here. But I do have
vested interest in being clear about the process.
Remember our regularly scheduled
meeting is tomorrow, Wednesday, 10/2, at 12
Please arrange for a delegate if
you can not attend.
There's not much on the agenda
(representatives are free to add items, if
I've forgotten anything) so I hope to discuss
"action items", and spend some time discussing
"Kepler retrospective" to see if there is
anything we should document.
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