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= 14 July 2017 =
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= openMobility Meeting (Oct, 21 2019) =
== Attendees ==
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=== Attendees ===
* Robert Hilbrich (RH), DLR
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* Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
* Michael Behrisch (MB), DLR
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* Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
* Mathias Höhne (MH), DLR
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* Jiao Li (Bosch)
* Gregor Lämmel (GL), DLR
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* Andras Zsamboki (Bosch)
* Marek Heinrich (MH), for ZIP
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* Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
* Christoph Sommer (CS), University Paderborn
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
* Robert Protzmann (RP), Fraunhofer
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
* Michele Segate (MS), University of Trento
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* Jakob Kaths (Vector)
  
== Status „Eclipse SUMO“ ==
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=== How we could benefit from the other Eclipse Working Groups ===
* Preparation for migration (Git, trac, wiki, mailinglists, …)
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=== How we generate a business proposition ===
** Migration to Git outside of Eclipse to keep history
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* Bosch needs more added value
** Initial commit requires history flattening
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* Powertrain simulation (Jiao Li)
** Wiki, issue tracking will move to GitHub issues
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** List of possible tools is still open
** Mailinglists will be moved soon
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** also internal software available
* Current situation regarding licenses
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* another application: simulation for whole cities for emission evaluation
** Licenses of all dependencies need to be checked
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** better driver behavior models (trajectories, lane change etc.)
** Parallel IP process
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* Zoltan already found several applications in different departments at Bosch
** Eclipse Board may allow to distribute LGPL libraries - requires board approval
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* AVL proposes a common demonstrator / show case where all openMobility members participate
** IPZilla for license issues -> Committer Questionaire (CQ)
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** C++11 to get rid of library
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== Status „Veins, VSimRTI, Plexe“ ==
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=== User Stories ===
* CS: No news
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* User Stories are still seen as the best tools to establish a wishlist
* Robert Protzmann: Refactoring
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* Deciding on user stories
* Checking of licenses at Fraunhofer
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** Most voted: https://github.com/openmobility-wg/userstories/issues/2, https://github.com/openmobility-wg/userstories/issues/5 and https://github.com/openmobility-wg/userstories/issues/12
* Webform to have the project setup at Eclipse
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** Decision: all high voted tickets need more discussion (#2 might even be a discussion only ticket)
* MS: No time for development
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** https://github.com/openmobility-wg/userstories/issues/1 would be a low hanging fruit and should be tried first to finish our first user story soon
** SUMO part - Demo case for EclipseCon in October?
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** #2 could be discussed on the next telco
** Veins part
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** DLR will add more comments on the issues regarding effort and decision
  
== Status „OpenMobility Working Group“ ==
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= openMobility Telco (Oct, 1 2019) =
* Initial proposal for a mission, vision, scope and purpose of the charter
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=== Attendees ===
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* Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
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* Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
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* Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
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* Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
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* Jakob Kaths (Vector)
  
<blockquote>
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=== Approving of previous meeting minutes ===
<b>Vision and Goals</b><br/>
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* Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification
Mobility is a basic human need as well as a defining part of human development. It has always been a driver for innovation and technological advancements in a variety of domains and applications.
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Understanding and predicting mobility and traffic induced effects is a complex task which to master is a key to understand an interconnected world in which the mobility of not only of persons and goods but also information and data shapes traditional global trade and work commutes the same way it does give rise to new business models such as on demand car sharing or in time food delivery.
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=== News from (Currently) Associated Projects ===
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==== Eclipse SUMO ====
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* Gradution Review
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* in November there will be some work towards improving the performance of SUMO on multiple processors / cores
  
The complexity and variability of traffic phenomena make simulation an unique/effective tool for designing, analyzing and evaluating traffic systems.
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=== New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions ===
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==== Eclipse Mustang (VSimRTI) ====
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* After discussion with Ralph the Eclipse Project proposal is now officially at the Eclipse Foundation
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* Project creation review is probably complete within the next week
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* Current work on gathering the licenses for each library
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* Discussion with Christoph Sommer and Fraunhofer FOKUS took place - possible license issues with GPL and EPL
  
The objective of the OpenMobility Working Group is to develop, standardize and promote open source solutions towards an open and modular mobility simulation framework including not only the movement of vehicle and people but also its interconnection with information transmission technologies and associated new business concepts.
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=== Other News ===
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* ASAM Meeting on Sep, 18 - closer cooperation to the Eclipse Foundation
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* ASAM Internation Conference in December in Dresden, see: https://www.asam.net/conferences-events/detail/asam-international-conference-2019/
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** Vector will be there with a talk
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* DLR plans to open source driving functions as an Eclipse Project in the upcoming months
  
This framework focuses on modeling and simulating the dynamics and interactions off all moving objects/entities/elements/actors, such as cars, bicycles, pedestrians, trains, trams, ...
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=== “Real Work” ===
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==== User Stories ====
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* Vector: voting by adding a thumbs-up (+1) to the most important stories for each partner
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* Discussion and priorization at the EclipseCon - generate specific SUMO issues to address this user story
  
The OpenMobility Working Group is explicitly developing open source solutions to ensure vendor neutrality and openness for research and academia. It aims for supplying valid models which help to evaluate new mobility approaches before bringing them into action in a scientifically sound manner as well as providing an easily accessible infrastructure to model traffic scenarios... </blockquote>
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=== Any other Business ===
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* There will be openMobility flyers from the Eclipse Foundation
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* Meetup with PR people from Eclipse to discuss PR events, ... for 2020
  
<blockquote><b>Purpose and Scope</b><br>
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= openMobility Telco (Sep, 17 2019) =
The Open Mobility Working Group coordinates, influences and develops open source solutions with the following focus:
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=== Attendees ===
* Microscopic and Mesoscopic traffic simulation
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* Jiao Li (Bosch)
* Car2X communication
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* Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
* Routing
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* Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
* Provide the environment to model many different modes of transport
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* Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
* (modeling and simulating the dynamics of all traffic participants such as road vehicles, trams, trains, vessels, bicycles and pedestrians and the interaction between them and the infrastructure)
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
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* Jakob Kaths (Vector)
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* Lara Codeca (Trinity College)
  
Intended application domains for this framework are car manufacturing / automotive industry, logistics, traffic management, ...
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=== Approving of previous meeting minutes ===
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* Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification
  
Further target groups: consultants, public agencies, academia, …
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=== News from (Currently) Associated Projects ===
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==== Eclipse SUMO ====
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* New Eclipse SUMO Documentation: https://sumo.dlr.de/docs
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* Old Wiki is still available, but in read-only mode: https://sumo.dlr.de/oldwiki
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* Documentation for contributed tools as part of the SUMO documentation is possible via pull request
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* Automated Source Code documentation (Doxygen for C++ and pyDoc for python and javadoc for java files) are still accessible under the previous urls
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* Preliminary draft of the new Eclipse SUMO homepage: https://angelobanse.github.io/sumo
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* DLR would be happy to receive feedback on the proposed revision of the homepage of the Eclipse SUMO project
  
The main purpose is to concentrate on the simulation and solution development for mobility problems on a city or regional level. While the interfacing to further tools such as single (submicroscopic) car simulators or large scale traffic demand models is highly desirable, the development of those tools is not in the focus of the group.
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=== New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions ===
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==== Eclipse Mustang (VSimRTI) ====
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* Discussion with Ralph on Thursday this week
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* Conversion from PDF-style documentation to Markdown files
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* finalized Eclipse Committer Agreement (ECA) for Fraunhofer FOKUS
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* Connections to Vector (ex. TESIS) (Jakob) and Bosch / openADx (Andy)
  
The groups aim is to deliver validated models which can be accepted as stanadard tools in academic as well as industry applications. To this end the members of the group will focus not only on tool development but also on teaching and disseminating their application as well as expanding and integrating the userbase.</blockquote>
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=== Other News ===
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* EclipseSource joined OpenADx
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* Andy presented OpenADx on the Microsoft Booth @ IAA - in addition to the BOSCH booth
  
* Name checking for conflicts / trademark conflicts
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=== “Real Work” ===
* Structure for workgroups: https://www.eclipse.org/org/workinggroups/industry_wg_process.php
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==== User Stories ====
* Other Workgroup charters
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* Everyone should have been added to the openmobility-wg repository
** https://www.eclipse.org/org/workinggroups/polarsys_charter.php
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* Next step: voting by adding a thumbs-up (+1) to the most important stories for each partner
** https://www.eclipse.org/org/workinggroups/mdmwg_charter.php
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* Most important user stories will be clarified (especially with regard to the acceptance criteria) and decomposed into one or more Eclipse SUMO issues
* Status regarding mailing list
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* DLR is committed to dedicate some development effort into adressing / solving these issues
  
== Misc ==
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==== Funding Model ====
* Talk @ EclipseCon Europe 2017 in Ludwigsburg got accepted (Oct. 24th-26th)
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* Incubation phase is supposed to end next spring
* Feedback from BMW - OpenPASS Working Group / Development in C++
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* Next step is to find a viable funding model
** https://www.eclipse.org/org/workinggroups/openpasswg_charter.php
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* Proposal:
** No initial commit, yet
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** Effort-based contributions - e.g. 1 person month / year for code contributions or management contributions
** Another telco next week between BMW and DLR regarding further issues
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** Funding-based contributions - e.g. 15 000 EUR / year
* Continue using Lync? Other alternatives?
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** Suggestion: Slack
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** Suggestion: WebEx from TU Berlin
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* Next telco: September 4, 1pm (WebEx link from Karl)
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= 24 June 2017 =
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=== Any other Business ===
== Attendees ==
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* Robert asked Eclipse Foundation about a template for flyers; usually, they create a flyer for each event individually and they are checking if they can provide a template to fill for us
* Robert Hilbrich (RH), DLR
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* Next telco: Oct, 1st 2019, 14:30-15:30
* Michael Behrisch (MB), DLR
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* Mathias Höhne (MH), DLR
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* Gregor Lämmel (GL), DLR
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* Erik Newton (EN), rFpro
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* Christoph Sommer (CS), University Paderborn
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* Marek Heinrich (MH), for ZIP
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* Reiner Gaspar (RG), Bosch
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* Michele Segate (MS), University of Trento
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* Robert Protzmann (RP), Fraunhofer
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== General ==
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= openMobility Telco (Aug, 13 2019) =
* As there are no objections, meeting minutes will be put on the website
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=== Attendees ===
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* Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
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* Christoph Sommer (Uni Paderborn)
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
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* Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
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* Lara Codeca (TCD)
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* Jiao Li (Bosch)
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* Michele Segata
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* Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
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* Max Neubauer (FOKUS)
  
== News ==
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=== Approving of previous meeting minutes ===
* EN: One customer is interested in pedestrians + bicycles. Information regarding OpenMobility will be forwarded to the customer.
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* Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification
* MH: ZIP's membership application in the Eclipse Foundation is in process, currently no support needed.
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== Recent Events ==
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=== News from associated projects ===
* RH attended the EclipseCon https://www.eclipsecon.org/france2017/ in Toulouse:
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==== Eclipse SUMO ====
** SUMO and the OpenMobility Working Group were well received.
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* New Release, see https://sumo.dlr.de/wiki/ChangeLog
* RH has been invited to the Eclipse Conference Europe (24. through 26. October in Ludwigsburg, Germany) https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2017/.
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* Discussing licensing, see https://github.com/eclipse/sumo/issues/5919
** It would make sense that others from the group give a talk as well.
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** Opportunity for having a booth at the Eclipse Conference in Europe for 5000 Euro: All agreed that it is to early for that.
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* MB will meet with BMW to introduce the OpenMobility Working Group
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* MB will be at the Eclipse Demo Camp on 26 June https://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_DemoCamps_Oxygen_2017/Munich to
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demonstrate SUMO.
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* There will be a workshop on 16 August with VW at DLR to discuss prospects of SUMO+VEINS+VSimRTI
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== Status: Eclipse SUMO ==
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=== Other News ===
* SUMO passed the initial creation review https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.sumo
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* AVL has joined the Eclipse Foundation
* Other projects can ask SUMO for advice for their move to Eclipse
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** [https://www.eclipse.org/membership/showMember.php?member_id=1352]
* There is an incubation mailing list for projects who are interested to become Eclipse projects. https://wiki.eclipse.org/Development_Resources/Process_Guidelines/What_is_Incubation
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** personal and institutional introduction
* SUMO will migrate to GitHub, once remaining licensing issues are solved.
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** steering committee member in openADX
* The move of SUMO to Eclipse will not be finalized before fall 2017.
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== Status: VEINS/VSimRTI ==
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* Eclipse will sponsor a booth at 4th ASAM International Conference, Dec 10-11, 2019
* CS will develop an adapter, which will take about 2-3 months.
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** presentation of Eclipse SUMO and openMobility
* CS will send an overview about the intended work to RH for publication on the wiki.
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** currently no other attendances
* RP will provide a coupling of VSimRTI with SUMO and Omnet as Eclipse project. He will send an overview about this to RH for publication on the wiki.
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== Status: Plexe ==
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* https://uc.foundation/
* MS agreed to sign a contributor license agreement so Plexe can be hosted in the SUMO project repository.
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** The Urban Computing Foundation is a neutral forum for accelerating open source and community development that improves mobility, safety, road infrastructure, traffic congestion and energy consumption in connected cities.
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** can meet them at the Open Source Summit in Lyon
  
== OpenMobility Working Group ==
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* https://www.openmobilityfoundation.org/
* We have a name (OpenMobility) and a subtitle (Advancing Simulation Environments for Transport Applications)
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** Municipalities across the country have joined together to create a new global non-profit organization called the Open Mobility Foundation to support the development of open-sourced software that provides scalable mobility solutions for cities.
* Mailing list will be provided soon by Ralph Mueller
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* Next steps: DLR will make a proposal for out mission and vision. Proposal will be discussed in the next meeting.
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== Next meeting ==
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=== “Real Work” ===
* 14 July at 10am CET.
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* Proposal: moving user-stories as issues on [https://github.com/openmobility-wg/userstories GitHub]
* We are looking for an alternative to Lync. Everyone please check if you can provide WebEx or similar, otherwise next meeting will be on Lync again.
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** agreed by all participants
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* Next steps:
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** DLR will migrate all user stories from Tuleap to GitHub
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** Feedback and Questions from Eclipse SUMO team for clarification of user stories
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** Breaking down of each user story into issues for Eclipse SUMO
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** Adding effort estimates and priorities
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=== Administrative ===
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* EclipseCon Community Day, Mon Oct. 21 in Ludwigsburg https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2019/eclipse-community-day
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** Between 9 and 18:30, more in the wiki https://wiki.eclipse.org/ECE_2019_Community_Day
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** Bosch and FOKUS will participate
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** AVL needs to recheck
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** teaching obligations for some of the others
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* Face to Face meeting to talk about the user stories in more detail
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* PR material will be sponsored by DLR and Vector
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* Joined presentation of the automotive working groups openMobility, openADx, openGenesis at the regular conference
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=== Working Group Growth ===
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==== Status: Acquisition of new members ====
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* AVL has joined the Eclipse Foundation and is strongly considering joining the working group
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* no OEM yet
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** Volkswagen spreads the word internally
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** still legal hurdles concerning America based foundation
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* positive contact to ZF Friedrichshafen from openADx and us
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* contact by FOKUS to AAI http://automotive-ai.com/
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==== New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions ====
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===== Mustang (VSimRTI) =====
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* Project proposal will be cross-checked with Ralph and Angelika and proposed to Eclipse
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* also a car simulator is in preparation
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===== cooperation Veins / VSimRTI =====
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* currently no actions
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===== Lara =====
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* Scenario generation tool by Lara to be added to SUMO distribution (https://github.com/lcodeca/SUMOActivityGen)
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=== Any other Business ===
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* Next meeting: Sep 3, 13-14
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* https://youtu.be/UeaeCdLt_1o
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= openMobility Telco (Jun, 18 2019) =
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=== Attendees ===
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* Zoltan Baksa (BOSCH)
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* Jiao Li (BOSCH)
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* Andreas Riexinger (BOSCH)
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* Jakob Kaths (Vector Informatik / ex. TESIS GmbH)
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* Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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* Karl Hübner (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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* Maximilian (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
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* Christoph Sommer (CCS Labs, Uni Paderborn)
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* Michele Segata
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=== Approving of previous meeting minutes ===
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* Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification
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=== News from associated projects ===
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==== Eclipse SUMO ====
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* 11.-13.05.2020 next SUMO conference
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=== News from the Eclipse Universe ===
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* Eclipse Con Europe
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** OpenADx, openMobility and openMobility  (Matthis, Andy, Robert) will present
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** submission will be done this week
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** story is about an open toolchain
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* Urban Computing foundation founded https://uc.foundation
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** Track at the Open Source Summit in Lyon in October
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** DLR will submit something
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=== “Real Work” ===
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* Infrastructure
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** Tuleap [https://tuleap.eclipse.org/projects/openMobilityWG/] for managing user stories and tasks
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*** also other tools can still be evaluated (GitHub issues)
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** everyone has access (Karl Hübner still needs access)
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* Definition of user stories
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** currently 8 stories
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** now review phase
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** Feedback using the Follow-up field below the story
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*** only user perspective ("is relevant for me too")
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** DLR will check whether any clarifications are needed
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** it is still possible to add more stories
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** try to estimate efforts
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=== Administrative ===
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* PR material
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** Vector is still checking but is still hopeful
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** Bosch has no funding for PR material
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** DLR has strong regulations concerning giving away things for free
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=== Working Group Growth ===
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==== Status: Acquisition of new members ====
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* potential Israelic partner from Vector
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** currently only a single SUMO use case
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** also contacts in SetLevel4To5 project
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* no answer from Swarco yet
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* talking to the OEMs takes time
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 +
==== New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions ====
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* VSimRTI
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** no news
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=== Any other Business ===
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* Next meeting: 13.08.2019 13:00 - 14:00
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** Vector can not attend
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* successful committer representative elecvtion
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** Christoph and Michael are elected
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= openMobility Telco (Jun, 4 2019)  =
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=== Attendees ===
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* Zoltan Baksa (BOSCH)
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* Jiao Li (BOSCH)
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* Andreas Riexinger (BOSCH)
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* Jakob Kaths (Vector Informatik / ex. TESIS GmbH)
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* Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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* Karl Hübner (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
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* Michael Behrisch (DLR)
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* Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
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* Christoph Sommer (CCS Labs, Uni Paderborn)
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* Ralph Müller (Eclipse Foundation)
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* Angelika Wittek (Eclipse Foundation)
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* Lara Codeca
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=== Feedback to Foundation Event ===
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* Everyone is curious and looking forward to contribute the best they can
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=== Approving of previous meeting minutes ===
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* Meeting minutes from May, 13 meetup are approved without any modification
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** Charter change regarding the period is already online
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 +
=== News from associated projects ===
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==== Eclipse SUMO ====
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* Documentation is going to be moved from the wiki to markdown files as part of the source code
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** is a prerequisite for leaving incubation status
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** should be done by the end of August
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=== News from the Eclipse Universe ===
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* Eclipse Con Europe
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** More info & Call for presentations: [https://www.eclipsecon.org/europe2019/cfp]
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** Andreas Riexinger will probably submit and attend (in a different context)
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** starts again with a community day on 20th of October
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** FOKUS and Vector check for availability
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** Bosch can also attend
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** Full papers maybe different for everyone
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** Face-to-face meeting will happen in the context of community day
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** DLR+Bosch (Robert+Andy) will present openMobility+openADx together
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*** ask openGenesis whether they want to join
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* openADx Foundation Event
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** When? 25.6.
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** Where? Leinfelden-Echterdingen
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** Invitation: [https://openadx-workshop.eventbrite.com/]
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** not all participation agreements signed yet, but a lot on the way
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** Logo is ready
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** Michael Behrisch (DLR) is going to participate
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** https://wiki.eclipse.org/OpenADx
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=== “Real Work” ===
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* Infrastructure
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** Homepage [https://openmobility.eclipse.org] with GitHub Repository [https://github.com/EclipseFdn/openmobility.eclipse.org] (for general info, news, ...)
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** Wiki (for meeting minutes and work-related information)
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** Tuleap [https://tuleap.eclipse.org/projects/openMobilityWG/] for managing user stories and tasks
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** GitHub Repo for the openMobility Working Group is still in progress (discussion about committer rights)
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* Next steps: Definition of user stories
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** Feedback:
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*** there are already several ideas at different partners which can be provided
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*** Those can be extensions of the ideas presented at the kickoff
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*** no need to be perfect here
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** '''[Task]''' for everybody: get an Eclipse Account to be able to work in the openMobility wiki https://accounts.eclipse.org/user/register?destination=user
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** '''[Task]''' for everybody: get an account in Tuleap by logging in at [https://tuleap.eclipse.org/projects/openMobilityWG/]
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*** no need to have an ECA for Tuleap
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*** signing the CLA is still highly recommended
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*** Administrators (Robert, Micha, or Angelika) need to activate new accounts
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** '''[Task]''' for every consumer in the working group: please define one or more user stories to missing and needed functionality in Tuleap ("Trackers" - "User Stories" - "Submit new artifact")
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=== Administrative ===
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* Committer representative election
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** two candidates for two places: Christoph Sommer, Michael Behrisch
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** Election via mailing list, starting latest next week
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* PR material
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** funding for flyer / stickers / buttons available?
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** Vector and Bosch check for funding
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** good experience at Vector with postcards with QR codes
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 +
=== Working Group Growth ===
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==== Status: Acquisition of new members ====
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* Vector contacted several firms, no reaction yet
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* Eclipse visited Volkswagen
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* Lara Codeca will ask at Trinity College Dublin
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 +
==== New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions ====
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* VSimRTI still shapes the initial commit
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** more news in four weeks
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* Python Parking Monitoring Library by Lara Codeca for SUMO https://github.com/lcodeca/PyPML under EPL
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** not an Eclipse project by now
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=== Any other Business ===
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* Announcing meetings via the mailing list is a problem (answers piling up)
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** fallback only a simple mail
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** Robert will check
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* Next meeting: please mark your availability [https://terminplaner4.dfn.de/OjMoTyMiwVOr46cg]
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= openMobility Eclipse Working Group Kickoff (May, 13 2019)  =
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The meeting was organized by the DLR as Eclipse Foundation Member and held under the [https://www.eclipse.org/org/documents/eclipse_foundation-bylaws.pdf Eclipse Bylaws].
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== Participants and their main interests in openMobility / further development ==
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* Alexander Hafner, Jannes Iatropoulos; TU Braunschweig
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** Coupling SUMO / Silab
 +
* Vincent Latzko, TU Dresden
 +
** Sneak Peek, Network Connectivity
 +
** Flow library user
 +
* Jakob Kaths, TESIS / Vector
 +
** OpenDrive / OpenScenario(?) support
 +
** real time capabilities / libsumo
 +
* Robert Protzmann, Max Neubauer, Karl Hübner; Fraunhofer FOKUS / DCAITI
 +
** make VSimRTI open source
 +
** Standardization / Certification / Automated Testing
 +
* Matthias Höhne, Robert Hilbrich, Michael Behrisch, Laura Bieker; DLR
 +
* Gerald Richter, AIT
 +
** SUMO user, wants to participate, looking for a way to get more involved
 +
* Marc Semrau, VW
 +
** VW long time user
 +
* Alexey Preskenis, Modulnye Systemy Uprawlenija (MSU)
 +
** Full stack traffic control systems in Krasnojarsk
 +
** web based interface for SUMO
 +
** ease collaboration
 +
* Angelika Wittek, Ralph Müller; Eclipse Foundation
 +
* Zoltan Baksa, Jiao Li (follow up for Rainer Gasper); Bosch
 +
** Full city simulation based on Real World Data
 +
** Effects of traffic on power train (cosimulation)
 +
** prediction of traffic effects
 +
** workflow of common building of a city scenario
 +
** tool help on building the map
 +
** contribution in python tooling
 +
** build ADAS systems
 +
** need features for hybrid powertrain
 +
** effects in city wide simulation
 +
** build your own network connection systems
 +
** Quality management
 +
 +
== Discussing participation possibilities ==
 +
* Working together in Research projects is always possible
 +
** Eclipse can do dissemination here
 +
* Example OpenGenesis
 +
** at least 150 person days per member / 40000 Euro
 +
* Example openPASS
 +
** at least 100 person days
 +
* for participation you need to be at least Eclipse Solution member
 +
* Ralph explaining commons
 +
** clear vision
 +
** clear rules
 +
** progress monitoring
 +
** sanctions / conflict resolutions
 +
** self determination
 +
* SUMO as commons
 +
** needed: developers and funding
 +
** list of wanted features
 +
** do not ignore base funding / technical debt
 +
* sharing / common funding is the main goal
 +
* direct orders are still possible
 +
* funding is decided on year by year
 +
** should be enough to do some "real work"
 +
* for research orgs there is little access to free funding
 +
* still in incubation / setup phase
 +
* in the next few weeks decide on structure
 +
* after the incubation year decide how and whether the WG will continue
 +
 +
== Administrative Topics (meeting continues with fewer participants now in German) ==
 +
* Task for this year: Find a sustainable funding model
 +
* Wish: Have a successful Working group also after this one year
 +
* It is one of the tasks of the founding members to find more / new members especially to have more paying members than just Bosch
 +
** Aim: at least 1 (better 4) OEMs in the Working group
 +
** Ongoing talks with Daimler and VW
 +
** Wish: Every member should consider acting as a multiplicator for the WG. Every further member reduces the cost (or increases the benefit) for all.
 +
* TU Braunschweig Institut Fahrzeugtechnik:
 +
** Contribution rather in work hours, not money except for projects / public funding
 +
** The consortium does not only address the industry (and its money). Distribution of the workload is also an aim (this part is of interest to Prof. Friedrich)
 +
* SUMO is getting more sub-microscopic
 +
* Bosch: SUMO should be able to do more than fuel consumption, power train etc.
 +
** Put more emphasis on coupling simulators
 +
 +
== Steering committee elections ==
 +
* Every participant member of the WG is member of the Steering committee and has one vote
 +
* Committers and guests cannot vote directly
 +
* Committers select two representatives which are members of the steering committee without voting rights
 +
** This selection process will be initiated by a mail to sumo-dev to find candidates and a subsequent election in the next two to four weeks.
 +
* Only committers can push to git repositories directly to ensure clean code and adherence to Eclipse regulations
 +
* Election chair of steering committee:
 +
** Single candidate: Robert Hilbrich
 +
** By unanimous vote: Robert is chair
 +
* Proposed change to charter:
 +
* Change duration to the range 13.5.19-12.5.20
 +
** By unanimous vote: charter is changed duration of the chair election period is 13.5.19-12.5.20
 +
 +
== General Organisation ==
 +
* Frequency of Telcos/ Meetings:
 +
** Twice a year face to face (on different locations)
 +
** Proposal: Telcos at least monthly, in the beginning every two weeks, later less often
 +
** Proposal accepted
 +
* Skype for Business Telcos provided by DLR
 +
* There is a wiki which will contain this protocol and will be linked by the web site (and / or vice versa)
 +
* There is a mailing list: https://accounts.eclipse.org/mailing-list/openmobility
 +
* There is a twitter account: https://www.twitter.com/open_mobility
 +
* We need a Feature Tracker
 +
** Jira, GitHub  or Tuleap
 +
** Jira needs a license (maybe a cost free version is available) and has frequent updates with many changes in core functions but Vector already uses it
 +
** All three tools meet the basic needs
 +
** SUMO’s GitHub cannot be the only point of contact because also SUMO independent topics should be tracked
 +
** Proposal: Everyone tests Tuleap (Ralphs favorite because it is open source) and we decide later
 +
* Later we need marketing sldies and our own repository
 +
* More infrastructure needed?
 +
* DLR sends doodle for next telco: https://terminplaner4.dfn.de/next-openmobility-telco only to the mailing list. (dudle von TU Braunschweig)
 +
* There is an archive for the mailing list https://www.eclipse.org/lists/openmobility/
 +
* We already have a web site: https://openmobility.eclipse.org/
 +
** Generated by a static site generator written in Go (https://gohugo.io/)
 +
** Meeting Item and protocol will be on the web site and/or in the wiki
 +
* Code contributions to your own / new Eclipse project
 +
* Ralph mailto:ralph.mueller@eclipse-foundation.org and Angelika mailto:angelika.wittek@eclipse-foundation.org are happy to help out if problems / questions occur also with every other topic
 +
 
 +
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 +
 
 +
For older meeting minutes see [[OpenMobilityMeetingMinutes_Archive]]

Revision as of 11:15, 21 October 2019

Contents

openMobility Meeting (Oct, 21 2019)

Attendees

  • Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
  • Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
  • Jiao Li (Bosch)
  • Andras Zsamboki (Bosch)
  • Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Jakob Kaths (Vector)

How we could benefit from the other Eclipse Working Groups

How we generate a business proposition

  • Bosch needs more added value
  • Powertrain simulation (Jiao Li)
    • List of possible tools is still open
    • also internal software available
  • another application: simulation for whole cities for emission evaluation
    • better driver behavior models (trajectories, lane change etc.)
  • Zoltan already found several applications in different departments at Bosch
  • AVL proposes a common demonstrator / show case where all openMobility members participate

User Stories

openMobility Telco (Oct, 1 2019)

Attendees

  • Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
  • Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
  • Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
  • Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Jakob Kaths (Vector)

Approving of previous meeting minutes

  • Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification

News from (Currently) Associated Projects

Eclipse SUMO

  • Gradution Review
  • in November there will be some work towards improving the performance of SUMO on multiple processors / cores

New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions

Eclipse Mustang (VSimRTI)

  • After discussion with Ralph the Eclipse Project proposal is now officially at the Eclipse Foundation
  • Project creation review is probably complete within the next week
  • Current work on gathering the licenses for each library
  • Discussion with Christoph Sommer and Fraunhofer FOKUS took place - possible license issues with GPL and EPL

Other News

“Real Work”

User Stories

  • Vector: voting by adding a thumbs-up (+1) to the most important stories for each partner
  • Discussion and priorization at the EclipseCon - generate specific SUMO issues to address this user story

Any other Business

  • There will be openMobility flyers from the Eclipse Foundation
  • Meetup with PR people from Eclipse to discuss PR events, ... for 2020

openMobility Telco (Sep, 17 2019)

Attendees

  • Jiao Li (Bosch)
  • Zoltan Baksa (Bosch)
  • Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
  • Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Jakob Kaths (Vector)
  • Lara Codeca (Trinity College)

Approving of previous meeting minutes

  • Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification

News from (Currently) Associated Projects

Eclipse SUMO

  • New Eclipse SUMO Documentation: https://sumo.dlr.de/docs
  • Old Wiki is still available, but in read-only mode: https://sumo.dlr.de/oldwiki
  • Documentation for contributed tools as part of the SUMO documentation is possible via pull request
  • Automated Source Code documentation (Doxygen for C++ and pyDoc for python and javadoc for java files) are still accessible under the previous urls
  • Preliminary draft of the new Eclipse SUMO homepage: https://angelobanse.github.io/sumo
  • DLR would be happy to receive feedback on the proposed revision of the homepage of the Eclipse SUMO project

New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions

Eclipse Mustang (VSimRTI)

  • Discussion with Ralph on Thursday this week
  • Conversion from PDF-style documentation to Markdown files
  • finalized Eclipse Committer Agreement (ECA) for Fraunhofer FOKUS
  • Connections to Vector (ex. TESIS) (Jakob) and Bosch / openADx (Andy)

Other News

  • EclipseSource joined OpenADx
  • Andy presented OpenADx on the Microsoft Booth @ IAA - in addition to the BOSCH booth

“Real Work”

User Stories

  • Everyone should have been added to the openmobility-wg repository
  • Next step: voting by adding a thumbs-up (+1) to the most important stories for each partner
  • Most important user stories will be clarified (especially with regard to the acceptance criteria) and decomposed into one or more Eclipse SUMO issues
  • DLR is committed to dedicate some development effort into adressing / solving these issues

Funding Model

  • Incubation phase is supposed to end next spring
  • Next step is to find a viable funding model
  • Proposal:
    • Effort-based contributions - e.g. 1 person month / year for code contributions or management contributions
    • Funding-based contributions - e.g. 15 000 EUR / year

Any other Business

  • Robert asked Eclipse Foundation about a template for flyers; usually, they create a flyer for each event individually and they are checking if they can provide a template to fill for us
  • Next telco: Oct, 1st 2019, 14:30-15:30

openMobility Telco (Aug, 13 2019)

Attendees

  • Aakash Sehgal (AVL)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Christoph Sommer (Uni Paderborn)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Karl Schrab (FOKUS)
  • Lara Codeca (TCD)
  • Jiao Li (Bosch)
  • Michele Segata
  • Robert Protzmann (FOKUS)
  • Max Neubauer (FOKUS)

Approving of previous meeting minutes

  • Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification

News from associated projects

Eclipse SUMO

Other News

  • AVL has joined the Eclipse Foundation
    • [1]
    • personal and institutional introduction
    • steering committee member in openADX
  • Eclipse will sponsor a booth at 4th ASAM International Conference, Dec 10-11, 2019
    • presentation of Eclipse SUMO and openMobility
    • currently no other attendances
  • https://uc.foundation/
    • The Urban Computing Foundation is a neutral forum for accelerating open source and community development that improves mobility, safety, road infrastructure, traffic congestion and energy consumption in connected cities.
    • can meet them at the Open Source Summit in Lyon
  • https://www.openmobilityfoundation.org/
    • Municipalities across the country have joined together to create a new global non-profit organization called the Open Mobility Foundation to support the development of open-sourced software that provides scalable mobility solutions for cities.

“Real Work”

  • Proposal: moving user-stories as issues on GitHub
    • agreed by all participants
  • Next steps:
    • DLR will migrate all user stories from Tuleap to GitHub
    • Feedback and Questions from Eclipse SUMO team for clarification of user stories
    • Breaking down of each user story into issues for Eclipse SUMO
    • Adding effort estimates and priorities

Administrative

Working Group Growth

Status: Acquisition of new members

  • AVL has joined the Eclipse Foundation and is strongly considering joining the working group
  • no OEM yet
    • Volkswagen spreads the word internally
    • still legal hurdles concerning America based foundation
  • positive contact to ZF Friedrichshafen from openADx and us
  • contact by FOKUS to AAI http://automotive-ai.com/

New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions

Mustang (VSimRTI)
  • Project proposal will be cross-checked with Ralph and Angelika and proposed to Eclipse
  • also a car simulator is in preparation
cooperation Veins / VSimRTI
  • currently no actions
Lara

Any other Business


openMobility Telco (Jun, 18 2019)

Attendees

  • Zoltan Baksa (BOSCH)
  • Jiao Li (BOSCH)
  • Andreas Riexinger (BOSCH)
  • Jakob Kaths (Vector Informatik / ex. TESIS GmbH)
  • Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
  • Karl Hübner (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
  • Maximilian (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Christoph Sommer (CCS Labs, Uni Paderborn)
  • Michele Segata

Approving of previous meeting minutes

  • Meeting minutes from last telco are approved without any modification

News from associated projects

Eclipse SUMO

  • 11.-13.05.2020 next SUMO conference

News from the Eclipse Universe

  • Eclipse Con Europe
    • OpenADx, openMobility and openMobility (Matthis, Andy, Robert) will present
    • submission will be done this week
    • story is about an open toolchain
  • Urban Computing foundation founded https://uc.foundation
    • Track at the Open Source Summit in Lyon in October
    • DLR will submit something

“Real Work”

  • Infrastructure
    • Tuleap [2] for managing user stories and tasks
      • also other tools can still be evaluated (GitHub issues)
    • everyone has access (Karl Hübner still needs access)
  • Definition of user stories
    • currently 8 stories
    • now review phase
    • Feedback using the Follow-up field below the story
      • only user perspective ("is relevant for me too")
    • DLR will check whether any clarifications are needed
    • it is still possible to add more stories
    • try to estimate efforts

Administrative

  • PR material
    • Vector is still checking but is still hopeful
    • Bosch has no funding for PR material
    • DLR has strong regulations concerning giving away things for free

Working Group Growth

Status: Acquisition of new members

  • potential Israelic partner from Vector
    • currently only a single SUMO use case
    • also contacts in SetLevel4To5 project
  • no answer from Swarco yet
  • talking to the OEMs takes time

New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions

  • VSimRTI
    • no news

Any other Business

  • Next meeting: 13.08.2019 13:00 - 14:00
    • Vector can not attend
  • successful committer representative elecvtion
    • Christoph and Michael are elected

openMobility Telco (Jun, 4 2019)

Attendees

  • Zoltan Baksa (BOSCH)
  • Jiao Li (BOSCH)
  • Andreas Riexinger (BOSCH)
  • Jakob Kaths (Vector Informatik / ex. TESIS GmbH)
  • Robert Protzmann (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
  • Karl Hübner (Fraunhofer FOKUS)
  • Michael Behrisch (DLR)
  • Robert Hilbrich (DLR)
  • Christoph Sommer (CCS Labs, Uni Paderborn)
  • Ralph Müller (Eclipse Foundation)
  • Angelika Wittek (Eclipse Foundation)
  • Lara Codeca


Feedback to Foundation Event

  • Everyone is curious and looking forward to contribute the best they can

Approving of previous meeting minutes

  • Meeting minutes from May, 13 meetup are approved without any modification
    • Charter change regarding the period is already online

News from associated projects

Eclipse SUMO

  • Documentation is going to be moved from the wiki to markdown files as part of the source code
    • is a prerequisite for leaving incubation status
    • should be done by the end of August

News from the Eclipse Universe

  • Eclipse Con Europe
    • More info & Call for presentations: [3]
    • Andreas Riexinger will probably submit and attend (in a different context)
    • starts again with a community day on 20th of October
    • FOKUS and Vector check for availability
    • Bosch can also attend
    • Full papers maybe different for everyone
    • Face-to-face meeting will happen in the context of community day
    • DLR+Bosch (Robert+Andy) will present openMobility+openADx together
      • ask openGenesis whether they want to join
  • openADx Foundation Event
    • When? 25.6.
    • Where? Leinfelden-Echterdingen
    • Invitation: [4]
    • not all participation agreements signed yet, but a lot on the way
    • Logo is ready
    • Michael Behrisch (DLR) is going to participate
    • https://wiki.eclipse.org/OpenADx

“Real Work”

  • Infrastructure
    • Homepage [5] with GitHub Repository [6] (for general info, news, ...)
    • Wiki (for meeting minutes and work-related information)
    • Tuleap [7] for managing user stories and tasks
    • GitHub Repo for the openMobility Working Group is still in progress (discussion about committer rights)
  • Next steps: Definition of user stories
    • Feedback:
      • there are already several ideas at different partners which can be provided
      • Those can be extensions of the ideas presented at the kickoff
      • no need to be perfect here
    • [Task] for everybody: get an Eclipse Account to be able to work in the openMobility wiki https://accounts.eclipse.org/user/register?destination=user
    • [Task] for everybody: get an account in Tuleap by logging in at [8]
      • no need to have an ECA for Tuleap
      • signing the CLA is still highly recommended
      • Administrators (Robert, Micha, or Angelika) need to activate new accounts
    • [Task] for every consumer in the working group: please define one or more user stories to missing and needed functionality in Tuleap ("Trackers" - "User Stories" - "Submit new artifact")

Administrative

  • Committer representative election
    • two candidates for two places: Christoph Sommer, Michael Behrisch
    • Election via mailing list, starting latest next week
  • PR material
    • funding for flyer / stickers / buttons available?
    • Vector and Bosch check for funding
    • good experience at Vector with postcards with QR codes

Working Group Growth

Status: Acquisition of new members

  • Vector contacted several firms, no reaction yet
  • Eclipse visited Volkswagen
  • Lara Codeca will ask at Trinity College Dublin

New openMobility Eclipse Projects / Code contributions

  • VSimRTI still shapes the initial commit
    • more news in four weeks
  • Python Parking Monitoring Library by Lara Codeca for SUMO https://github.com/lcodeca/PyPML under EPL
    • not an Eclipse project by now

Any other Business

  • Announcing meetings via the mailing list is a problem (answers piling up)
    • fallback only a simple mail
    • Robert will check
  • Next meeting: please mark your availability [9]

openMobility Eclipse Working Group Kickoff (May, 13 2019)

The meeting was organized by the DLR as Eclipse Foundation Member and held under the Eclipse Bylaws.

Participants and their main interests in openMobility / further development

  • Alexander Hafner, Jannes Iatropoulos; TU Braunschweig
    • Coupling SUMO / Silab
  • Vincent Latzko, TU Dresden
    • Sneak Peek, Network Connectivity
    • Flow library user
  • Jakob Kaths, TESIS / Vector
    • OpenDrive / OpenScenario(?) support
    • real time capabilities / libsumo
  • Robert Protzmann, Max Neubauer, Karl Hübner; Fraunhofer FOKUS / DCAITI
    • make VSimRTI open source
    • Standardization / Certification / Automated Testing
  • Matthias Höhne, Robert Hilbrich, Michael Behrisch, Laura Bieker; DLR
  • Gerald Richter, AIT
    • SUMO user, wants to participate, looking for a way to get more involved
  • Marc Semrau, VW
    • VW long time user
  • Alexey Preskenis, Modulnye Systemy Uprawlenija (MSU)
    • Full stack traffic control systems in Krasnojarsk
    • web based interface for SUMO
    • ease collaboration
  • Angelika Wittek, Ralph Müller; Eclipse Foundation
  • Zoltan Baksa, Jiao Li (follow up for Rainer Gasper); Bosch
    • Full city simulation based on Real World Data
    • Effects of traffic on power train (cosimulation)
    • prediction of traffic effects
    • workflow of common building of a city scenario
    • tool help on building the map
    • contribution in python tooling
    • build ADAS systems
    • need features for hybrid powertrain
    • effects in city wide simulation
    • build your own network connection systems
    • Quality management

Discussing participation possibilities

  • Working together in Research projects is always possible
    • Eclipse can do dissemination here
  • Example OpenGenesis
    • at least 150 person days per member / 40000 Euro
  • Example openPASS
    • at least 100 person days
  • for participation you need to be at least Eclipse Solution member
  • Ralph explaining commons
    • clear vision
    • clear rules
    • progress monitoring
    • sanctions / conflict resolutions
    • self determination
  • SUMO as commons
    • needed: developers and funding
    • list of wanted features
    • do not ignore base funding / technical debt
  • sharing / common funding is the main goal
  • direct orders are still possible
  • funding is decided on year by year
    • should be enough to do some "real work"
  • for research orgs there is little access to free funding
  • still in incubation / setup phase
  • in the next few weeks decide on structure
  • after the incubation year decide how and whether the WG will continue

Administrative Topics (meeting continues with fewer participants now in German)

  • Task for this year: Find a sustainable funding model
  • Wish: Have a successful Working group also after this one year
  • It is one of the tasks of the founding members to find more / new members especially to have more paying members than just Bosch
    • Aim: at least 1 (better 4) OEMs in the Working group
    • Ongoing talks with Daimler and VW
    • Wish: Every member should consider acting as a multiplicator for the WG. Every further member reduces the cost (or increases the benefit) for all.
  • TU Braunschweig Institut Fahrzeugtechnik:
    • Contribution rather in work hours, not money except for projects / public funding
    • The consortium does not only address the industry (and its money). Distribution of the workload is also an aim (this part is of interest to Prof. Friedrich)
  • SUMO is getting more sub-microscopic
  • Bosch: SUMO should be able to do more than fuel consumption, power train etc.
    • Put more emphasis on coupling simulators

Steering committee elections

  • Every participant member of the WG is member of the Steering committee and has one vote
  • Committers and guests cannot vote directly
  • Committers select two representatives which are members of the steering committee without voting rights
    • This selection process will be initiated by a mail to sumo-dev to find candidates and a subsequent election in the next two to four weeks.
  • Only committers can push to git repositories directly to ensure clean code and adherence to Eclipse regulations
  • Election chair of steering committee:
    • Single candidate: Robert Hilbrich
    • By unanimous vote: Robert is chair
  • Proposed change to charter:
  • Change duration to the range 13.5.19-12.5.20
    • By unanimous vote: charter is changed duration of the chair election period is 13.5.19-12.5.20

General Organisation

  • Frequency of Telcos/ Meetings:
    • Twice a year face to face (on different locations)
    • Proposal: Telcos at least monthly, in the beginning every two weeks, later less often
    • Proposal accepted
  • Skype for Business Telcos provided by DLR
  • There is a wiki which will contain this protocol and will be linked by the web site (and / or vice versa)
  • There is a mailing list: https://accounts.eclipse.org/mailing-list/openmobility
  • There is a twitter account: https://www.twitter.com/open_mobility
  • We need a Feature Tracker
    • Jira, GitHub or Tuleap
    • Jira needs a license (maybe a cost free version is available) and has frequent updates with many changes in core functions but Vector already uses it
    • All three tools meet the basic needs
    • SUMO’s GitHub cannot be the only point of contact because also SUMO independent topics should be tracked
    • Proposal: Everyone tests Tuleap (Ralphs favorite because it is open source) and we decide later
  • Later we need marketing sldies and our own repository
  • More infrastructure needed?
  • DLR sends doodle for next telco: https://terminplaner4.dfn.de/next-openmobility-telco only to the mailing list. (dudle von TU Braunschweig)
  • There is an archive for the mailing list https://www.eclipse.org/lists/openmobility/
  • We already have a web site: https://openmobility.eclipse.org/
    • Generated by a static site generator written in Go (https://gohugo.io/)
    • Meeting Item and protocol will be on the web site and/or in the wiki
  • Code contributions to your own / new Eclipse project
  • Ralph mailto:ralph.mueller@eclipse-foundation.org and Angelika mailto:angelika.wittek@eclipse-foundation.org are happy to help out if problems / questions occur also with every other topic

For older meeting minutes see OpenMobilityMeetingMinutes_Archive

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