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Re: [soa-pmc] [ebpm-dev] Status of SOA projects

Thanks for the info Andrea.




From: Andrea Zoppello <andrea.zoppello@xxxxxx>
Organization: Engineering Ingegneria Informatica s.p.a.
Date: Tuesday, 8 August 2017 at 18:20
To: Adrian Mos <adrian.mos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [ebpm-dev] Status of SOA projects


Hi Adrian,

Unfortunately for eBPM we ask the termination review.

Best Regards
Il 06/08/17 13:41, Oliver Kopp ha scritto:


Adrian and me are trying to acquire the current status of all Eclipse SOA projects ( We see no releases since July 2013 ( and I could not find the git repository. The only repository listed at is (mirrored at, which shows the homepage. The repository We kindly ask the current leader to show up at the SOA PMC list and say some words about the current roadmap. One can subscribe to the list (or visit the list's archives) by visiting

Thank you in advance and greetings,


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From: Mos, Adrian <adrian.mos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2017-07-31 17:35 GMT+02:00
Subject: [soa-pmc] SOA Projects
To: SOA list <soa-pmc@xxxxxxxxxxx>

Dear all,

Together with Oliver Kopp from Winery, we discussed recently about the current state of Eclipse SOA projects. We were wondering where the various projects were in terms of future plans, current status and so on. It’s been really quiet on this list and within the projects themselves so it would be great to get an updated view of the SOA landscape.

I will start with Mangrove. The Xerox Research Centre Europe where I work has recently been bought by Naver and it has become Naver LABS Europe, effective tomorrow. This is super exciting for many reasons, one of them being that Naver LABS are much more into open-source than Xerox was. Our new updated page is here:

Now back to Mangrove. While it is being used in our research here in the Centre, we had a hard time improving it in the open, in the open-source arena. In fact, it has evolved a lot and is being used in a number of scenarios, however we have been very shy about contributing such evolutions in open-source. This may change in the medium future. For information, a few recent publications involving Mangrove:

with a number of other papers soon available (I can send them to you if interested), in venues such as BIS 2017, BPM 2017 and ER 2017.

Looking forward to hearing about your projects!



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