I'll probably apply for a small talk:
* (My) good practices with GMF Tooling. Giving advices to people on
how to get started, how to remain incremental, what is the workflow
on an increment to add a new node, how to set up customization in
iterative development... Some general principles could apply to any
generation-based approach, and some will be very technical about
I also think it is the opportunity for GMF Tooling to provide a
hearbeat. For example a 2.4.1 release and present it during
EclipseCon. We would need a killer feature to make it attracting. I
am in favor of adding the preview for .gmfgraph to 2.4.1 and demo
This would require to plan a 2.4.1 before end of March. Thoughts?
On 05/01/2012 15:26, Mickael Istria wrote:
This is just a note to inform you that the "call for proposals" is
open for the Modeling Symposium during EclipseCon.
More details here: http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2012/01/05/modeling-symposium/
Since GMF (both runtime and tooling) did not have any dedicated
talk selected, I think this is an opportunity to fix that and to
present some N&N during the Modeling Symposium.
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