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[epf-dev] Help with the SPEM/EPF-SEMAT dilemma
- From: Orlando Avila García <orlando@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 17:45:50 +0100
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- Organization: Open Canarias, S.L.
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My name is Orlando Avila-García, Open Canarias, S.L senior
In 2009-2010 we did some research on software process variability
management and software process lines. We built up a prototype and used
SPEM 2.0 as process metamodel. It was then when I came across EPF and
the newborn SPEM 2.0. Our software process definition and configuration
prototype-tool was used in various MDE (Model-Driven Engineering)
courses imparted by me in Spain and France.
Unfortunately, we froze such a line of research after that.
I've been following the SEMAT iniciative and, as you guys, I've always
been puzzled by the fact that it seems to avoid/disregard SPEM 2.0 and
EPF. SEMAT is a great iniciative but It would greatly benefit from
taking more seriously into consideration the effort done within SPEM/EPF.
IMHO, the solution: getting the SPEM and EPF people involved in SEMAT,
reusing knowledge, experiences and when possible SPEM conceptual and EPF
technological framework. So I'm glad to have came across -by chance-
with your initiative to give a hand to SEMAT.
Should my expertise or knowledge be useful to SEMAT in any way, I'm sure
It'll be more effective if I work alongside you -at least to avoid the
first barrier of "but, SPEM does not work!" ;-)
I have subscribed to your e-mail list and I'll do my best to give a hand
to the dilemma SPEM-SEMAT.
Orlando Avila García
R&D Project Manager
Open Canarias, S.L.
C/Elías Ramos González, 4, ofc. 304
38001 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Phone: +34 922 240 231
Cell: +34 669 777 931