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Onno and Peter,

I can't make it to this meeting. Jao and/or Kelvin will attend.

Charlie Yan
IBM Method Engineering Manager
EPF Tooling Dev Lead
Phone: 408-342-4681



Peter Haumer/Cupertino/IBM

07/25/2006 07:20 PM

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Bruce Macisaac/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Charles Yan/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Jim Ruehlin/Irvine/IBM@IBMUS, Per Kroll/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Ricardo Balduino/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
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RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPFLink




We are on. Ricardo will be there.  I will enter the details in the EPF Cal: this Thursday 27th, 8 am Pacific time, 5 pm Europe time.

Onno will teach us how to set-up the Wiki, upload OpenUP, review changes and comments, harvest the changes, and upload a new version of OpenUP.

Dial-up information:
1.        
Go to http://cpc.on.raindance.com
2.        
Click on "Join Unscheduled Meeting" on the left
3.        
Enter your details and the following conference ID: 2816556. Select the "Full Version" radio button, click "Join now"
4.        
Raindance will check your system and might prompt you to install a few files.  It will then bring up the conference tool.
5.        
Dial the following phone number: USA 800-528-2856, International: 770-325-4737
6.        
When asked, enter the same conference ID on the phone as well: 2816556



Thanks and best regards,
Peter Haumer.

______________________________________________________________

PETER HAUMER, Dr. rer. nat.
Rational Method Composer | Eclipse Process Framework
Rational Software | IBM Software Group
Tel.: +1 408 863-8716
______________________________________________________________



"Straaten, Onno van der" <onno.van.der.straaten@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

07/25/2006 05:34

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Per Kroll/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS
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Bruce Macisaac/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Charles Yan/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Jim Ruehlin/Irvine/IBM@IBMUS, Peter Haumer/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Ricardo Balduino/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS
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RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF





Hi Per,
I’m in +01:00 GMT, so I propose for the meeting 4:00pm GMT.
 
I thought about mentioning the issue of the domain name to use at the last meeting but in the end didn’t.
 
Just a thought now that you mention availability of www.openup.org. We can separate the hosting from the domain name part. If Philippe Kruchten can point www.openup.org to our LCMG server we could consider starting using that domain name right away. It is a small change, no delay. When a suitable hosting environment has been found and we have the software installed and configured there, the IP address associated with the domain name can be changed to the IP address of the final hosting environment. We won’t have to communicate a new location of OpenUP.
 
Best Regards,
Onno
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



From: Per Kroll [mailto:pkroll@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent:
dinsdag 25 juli 2006 13:51
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Straaten, Onno van der
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Bruce Macisaac; Charles Yan; Jim Ruehlin; Peter Haumer; Ricardo Balduino
Subject:
RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF

 

Hi Onno,


what time zone are you in?


Also, I wanted to mention the opportunity to potentially have this hosted at www.openup.org down the road, which is a site that Philippe Kruchten has offered up for use. I do not want that to delay us, but a consideration for a future place to host it at. But let's run the trial at logicaCMGs site so we can get going.


Cheers


Per Kroll
STSM, Manager Methods: RUP / RMC
Project Lead: Eclipse Process Framework
Rational Software, IBM Corp
408-342-3815

"Straaten, Onno van der" <onno.van.der.straaten@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

07/25/2006 04:00 AM


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Bruce Macisaac/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Per Kroll/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Ricardo Balduino/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Jim Ruehlin/Irvine/IBM@IBMUS
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RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF

 


   





Hi Peter, Charlie,

We can make OpenUP available as a Wiki this week. We will host it on a server that is normally used for demonstration of software for LogicaCMG customers. It is not a production server for internet applications; no hardware sizing or application tuning was done. Having made that premise, I think you will find that the application performs very fine.
 
The last web meeting we discussed having a training session. I think this will be a good way to make OpenUP available for a review. I propose we do that Thursday 5pm my time, the same time as the last meeting.

 
I will publish the latest version of July 21, 2006 (OpenUP-Basic_published_20060721.zip).

 
The last meeting we also discussed the use of the commercial HTML editor PinEdit in the current version of the software. The point was made that we shouldn’t expose the users to functionality they will not get in the open source version of the software. Just to be sure I have reviewed the open source HTML editor tinyMCE again; I am sure we can deliver the same functionality using TinyMCE. The look and feel is different but the functionality is very similar. Replacing PinEdit with TinyMCE requires a small change to the software, the impact is very small as the products work in the same way, they enhance textarea fields to advanced HTML editors by including a _javascript_ library in the page.

Best Regards,

Onno

 
For more information about tinyMCE

http://sourceforge.net/projects/tinymce/
http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/
 
 
 

 



From:
Peter Haumer [mailto:phaumer@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent:
dinsdag 18 juli 2006 19:15
To:
Straaten, Onno van der; Charles Yan
Cc:
bmacisaa@xxxxxxxxxx; Per Kroll; Ricardo Balduino; Jim Ruehlin
Subject:
RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF

 


Excellent.  Onno, can we set-up a conference call to discuss hosting OpenUP on your server for a public review?  


I would be available all day tomorrow or Friday after 5pm your time.  Can you suggest a time?  We can use the same conference number as last time.



Dial-up information:

1.        
Go to http://cpc.on.raindance.com
2.        
Click on "Join Unscheduled Meeting" on the left
3.        
Enter your details and the following conference ID: 2816556. Select the "Full Version" radio button, click "Join now"
4.        
Raindance will check your system and might prompt you to install a few files.  It will then bring up the conference tool.
5.        
Dial the following phone number: USA 800-528-2856, International: 770-325-4737
6.        
When asked, enter the same conference ID on the phone as well: 2816556



Thanks and best regards,
Peter Haumer.

______________________________________________________________

PETER HAUMER, Dr. rer. nat.
Rational Method Composer | Eclipse Process Framework
Rational Software | IBM Software Group
Tel.: +1 408 863-8716
______________________________________________________________

Charles Yan/Cupertino/IBM

07/18/2006 07:03

 


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Per Kroll/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS, Peter Haumer/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS
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RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPFLink


 

 


   




Onno,


I am sorry that I missed the meeting last week. I watched the recording and I really liked what you have done.

I think it would be great to integrate this into EPF Composer. I see opportunities for us to collaborate on this

to benefit both EPF and your comany. Please keep me posted on the progress of obtaining open source

clearance from your company and if there is anything I can help, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Once we know that it is likely that you can contribute this to Eclipse, we can go into the next step of mapping

some more details on the integration. Thanks again for the great presentation.

Charlie Yan
IBM Method Engineering Manager
EPF Tooling Dev Lead
Phone: 408-342-4681

"Straaten, Onno van der" <onno.van.der.straaten@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

06/28/2006 02:36 AM

 


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<epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Peter Haumer/Cupertino/IBM@IBMUS
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RE: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF


 

 


   





Hi Charlie,

Yes, I think we can arrange that.


What I can do is share my desktop on the internet and do a small presentation like the one at the F2F meeting in the UK. It will also be possible to demonstrate and discuss the features. Of course we need to combine this with a teleconference session, I think I can provide a number for people to call in or to be called in the meeting.


We could arrange for this in the week of the 10th. July 11,12 or 13 is convenient for me. Taking into account time differences, would 15:30 GMT be convenient for everybody? It is for me.

Best Regards,

Onno



 



 





From:
Charles Yan [mailto:cyan@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent:
maandag 26 juni 2006 6:44
To:
Per Kroll
Cc:
epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx; Straaten, Onno van der; Peter Haumer
Subject:
Re: Potential Wiki contribution to EPF



Onno,


Can you do a demo on this? If yes, what day and time works for you?


Charlie Yan
IBM Method Engineering Manager
EPF Tooling Dev Lead
Phone: 408-342-4681

Per Kroll/Cupertino/IBM

06/25/2006 07:01 PM

 

 


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Charlie and Peter,


at last weeks face-to-face meeting in UK, Onno van der Straaten from LogicaCMG demonstrated some really cool Wiki technology. Can you please engage with Onno and set up a demo so you and others that are interested can see what they have done. Based on a better understanding of technology fit, effort involved, etc., we should determine a plan forward.

We may also want to invite Ward Cunningham to provide feedback, as a follow-up to our initial meeting with him, but I could see that as maybe a second step, and first do an initial eval within the team.


Cheers


Per Kroll
STSM, Manager Methods: RUP / RMC
Project Lead: Eclipse Process Framework
Rational Software, IBM Corp
408-342-3815

 

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