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RE: [epf-dev] Query: Who is Building Stand-alone EPF Content?
- From: "Maciel, Eduardo (Brazil R&D)" <maciel@xxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2009 16:04:15 +0000
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- Thread-topic: [epf-dev] Query: Who is Building Stand-alone EPF Content?
We have created an entirely new process (based on RUP, Agile Methods and CMMI compliant).
13 roles, several tasks and artifacts and hundreds of guidance(concepts, guidelines, templates, etc) pages.
From: epf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:epf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bernardo K Barbon
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Subject: RES: [epf-dev] Query: Who is Building Stand-alone EPF Content?
We're using EPFC to create our own process for software development.
Our Methodology is compliant with CMMi ML2 practices and it has
approximately 20 Roles, 90 work products (between deliverables and
artifacts) and 88 tasks divided in 11 disciplines (like RUP).
> From: Jim Ruehlin <jruehlin@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: Eclipse Process Framework Project Developers List
> Sent: Friday, 19 June 2009 2:22:54
> Subject: [epf-dev] Query: Who is Building Stand-alone EPF Content?
> I'm interested in finding out how many people are creating content
> using EPF Composer, but are not using the EPF Practice Library. Or,
> you're just using the EPF Practice Library for a minority of the
> content you publish. It would be useful to understand how many
> organizations are creating a (comparatively) large amount of content
> as opposed to creating small extensions to existing practices.
> I'd appreciate it if you could respond to the newsgroup or to me
> personally if you prefer with a quick note letting me know
> approximately how many pages/elements you're creating, and the nature
> of the project (large enterprise content deployment, content that
> covers specialized areas, etc).
> This is useful for the EPF community to know as people want to provide
> services or training around the way the tool and content is actually
> being used.
> Much thanks,
> Jim Ruehlin, EPF Committer
> Jim Ruehlin, IBM Rational Software
> Method Architect, ADC CoP
> RMC SIG Lead
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