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Revision as of 08:21, 18 October 2011

Eclipse Modeling Ecosystem Face to Face Meeting at EclipseCon Europe

9h00 - 12h00, Wednesday November 2, 2011

Conference room Herzog Eberhard Ludwig at the Nestor Hotel, Ludwigsburg, Germany


Attendees

  • Dominique Toupin, Ericsson
  • Gaël Blondelle, Obeo
  • Pierre Gaufillet, Airbus
  • Stephan Eberle, itemis
  • Eike Stepper, ES-Computersysteme
  • Robert Blust, UBS AG
  • Bran Selic, Malina Software


Agenda Items


Eclipse Modeling Missing Pieces for End-User Companies

  • End-user companies to give a summary of what is missing in Eclipse open source modeling, e.g. feature, support, documentation, migration, training, etc., what is their current initiatives if applicable.


Possible Synergies Between Eclipse Working Group


Implementer Companies

  • What is the view of implementer companies, their core expertise, what implementation can have a big impact on open source modeling next year, low hanging fruit, what is their current initiatives, etc.
  • Eike Stepper, ES-Computersysteme: CDO update, main missing features, brand new design of ECP 2.


End-User Companies Business Case Brainstorming

  • Review first version of Modeling slides for end user companies, identify additional benefits for end user companies in order to facilitate budget approval