xtUML Days 2019 UK (1)

xtUML Days 2019 UK is coming September 12 in Cheltenham. This is the 6th edition of xtUMLDays. Last year xtUML Days hosted a substantial contingent of Shlaer-Mellor expertise from Saab, Vricon, UK Govt, ICS, BAE Systems, Kyushu University and others. This year will introduce new members to the modeling community. The information page is here:
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Eclipse Governance

The Eclipse Foundation provides governance for open source software projects that assures openness, accessibility and long term stability. The BridgePoint source code is already open source and now is taking another step to establish continuity by becoming an eclipse project. View the migration proposal here. https://projects.eclipse.org/proposals/papyrus-xtuml BridgePoint is still BridgePoint, and will now enjoy the
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Always Advancing: xtUML release 5.3.4

The xtUML development team is pleased to announce a new BridgePoint Community Edition, release 5.3.4, that has several notable changes. Our teams last release, 5.2- released in June 2015, included several updates including the move to Eclipse 4 (Mars). “This is the first community release since 5.2.” said One Fact CEO, Cortland Starrett , “With
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このグループは、xtUML/BridgePointの日本での普及を目指すcommunityです。モデリングやソースコードの自動生成に興味ある方はご参加下さい。なお、当面本グループはグループメンバーの紹介制とさせていただきます。 The xtUML community in Japan is growing.  For those living and working in Japan, join the facebook group xtUML.jp!

Issue Tracking with Redmine

The xtUML team uses Redmine for issue tracking.  At the open-sourcing of BridgePoint, we evaluated Redmine as the best of the free and open issue trackers.  One Fact customers use it to report service requests.  The overall community uses it to report BridgePoint bugs and then to assign, participate and track progress.  Redmine has nice
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Action Language Fundamentals

An action language needs to do only five (5) things. Now it happens that these five things cover everything you might ever want to do. The five fundamental actions are categorized: – accessor: create, delete, relate, unrelate, read, write – transform: +, -, *, /, other data manipulation – generator: state machine synchronization – bridge:
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