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- Dialing from a cellular networks does not appear to work
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- Development cycle and project Plan for fall release
- Update on xPands IP status
- Summer architectural discussions
- IP Status of xpand is still awaiting investigation.
- Project plans. An M2T 0.9 release in the fall is desirable including xpand.
- Exact timing depends on getting IP approval
- Bernd estimates 4 weeks of work would be required after receiving approval
- Tentative date is end of September 2007
- Conflicting schedules make summer architectural planning meetings unlikely:
- Bernd is unavailable in July
- Paul is unavailabe in August
- We will try either for September, or a face-to-face before or after the Eclipse Summit Europe
- On June 20, we received the following message from the MTL committers:
The project that should take care of the implementation of the OMG standard Mof Model to Text (MTL) is set on hold.
Some major changes took place at Compuware Europe – the development of our MDA tool OptimalJ will be moved to Detroit USA.
As a result we (Frank and Arjan) have lost our jobs here in Amsterdam, and we cannot continue our work on MTL at this moment.
- While is is definitely a loss, M2T continues to provide significant functionality with JET and xpand.
- Action items
- Notify the Modeling PMC of the loss of the MTL committers
- Attempt to determine whether Compuware is still interested in contributing to MTL
- Modify the MTL components of the M2T web site to indicate that MTL is currently on hold.