Section: Dissemination


In January 2014 the team participated to the Rencontres Inria - Industrie on the theme Répondre aux Défis de L'Ingénierie Logicielle, in which we notably presented our MoDisco project and collaboration (http://videos.rennes.inria.fr/InriaMeito/index-HugoBruneliere.html ). The seminar had many participants from both industry and academia. Moreover, since several years, the AtlandMod team is already very involved in the open source community, notably via its constant activity within the context of the Eclipse Foundation. This activity actually takes different forms: creation and leading/development of Eclipse projects (under Eclipse.org or Eclipse Labs), participation to the major worldwide community events (i.e.; EclipseCon North America, EclipseCon Europe and EclipseCon France), organization of events targeting the local community (i.e. Eclipse DemoCamps), etc. This year again, the team has been active and visible in terms of concrete contributions to the community. The main remarkable items are the following ones:

  • Leading of the MDT MoDisco project (Hugo Bruneliere), the Eclipse reference project concerning model-driven reverse engineering;

  • Commitment to other projects directly under Eclipse.org: MMT ATL and EMFT EMF Facet (Hugo Bruneliere);

  • Commitment to other projects under EclipseLabs: EMFToCSP (Jordi Cabot, Carlos Gonzalez) and EMF Views (Juan David Villa Calle, Jokin Garcia Perez, Hugo Bruneliere);

  • Creation and development of a new incubation project under Eclipse Labs: Collaboro (Javier Canovas);

  • Publication of a paper about our experience and feedback on developing and promoting open source projects in Eclipse [23] , presented during the Open Source Software for MDE workshop at MODELS 2014 Conference (Hugo Bruneliere and Jordi Cabot);

  • Presentation of talks during two main Eclipse events (Hugo Bruneliere): at EclipseCon North America 2014 about EMF Views [36] , at EclipseCon France 2014 about Neo4EMF [35] .

  • In the context of the ARTIST EU collaborative project, we are strongly involved in the official ARTIST Open Source Release (http://www.artist-project.eu/open-source-package ), notably by developing and making available several (MoDisco-based) model discovery components from Java and SQL.

Generally, the team visible presence under Eclipse is also an efficient way to continue active collaborations with industrial partners, such as Mia-Software (Sodifrance) on MoDisco - EMF Facet, and Obeo on ATL.