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Re: [stp-dev] Proposed BPMN 2.0 editor sub-project
- From: Marc Dutoo <marc.dutoo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2011 10:37:19 +0200
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Hi Bob, all
You can mark Open Wide and the Java Workflow Tooling project as a whole
as interested parties. JWT wants to help interoperability, and we've
already got several transformations to and from other workflow
representations (BPMN) & models (XPDL, Bonita, jPDL...), so we'd be
interested in adding one with yours.
I follow the remarks of Adrian about Mangrove and Andrea about light
annotations / decorations to the model. Note that at JWT we've got some
kind of aspect oriented modeling framework allowing to decorate a model
without changing it, in case you don't want to change yours. Since BPMN2
allows extensibility to its XML schema, at some point you'll want to go
this way ; in this case, know that the Eclipse SOA SCA Editor has done
the same for the SCA model.
Eclipse JWT co-leader
Le 28/03/2011 22:26, Bob Brodt a écrit :
We (Red Hat/JBoss) are proposing the creation of a BPMN 2.0-compliant graphical editor project as a sub-project of STP. We currently have a working prototype based on graphiti and the MDT BPMN2 meta model which will comprise the initial code contribution.
Until the proposal has been reviewed by the Eclipse Foundation, I'd like to use the STP news group and these mailing lists to solicit feedback and involve interested parties in a discussion of this project.
If anyone's interested, the code is currently being hosted at github - reply here for details if you can't find it.
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