We (ILOG, now an IBM Company) have developed
an extensive process for our Consulting practice. Some parts, for instance
our tailored project management/consulting engagement methodology leverage
the EPF Practice Library. Other parts, our industry and product-specific
practices have more original content (i.e. less extension of the foundations,
so more the stand-alone model). And one piece (Agile Business Rule Development)
is itself published as an EPF Practice Library.
Don't hesitate to ping me on ST and
we can discuss this.
Program Director, Service Engineering & Marketing
Application and Integration Middleware
Software Group - IBM Corp.
1195 W Fremont Avenue - Sunnyvale, CA 94087
W: +1-408-991-7132 - F: +1-408-991-7003
From: Jim Ruehlin <jruehlin@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: Eclipse Process Framework Project Developers List <epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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
Jim Ruehlin, EPF Committer
Jim Ruehlin, IBM Rational Software
Method Architect, ADC CoP
RMC SIG Lead