[triangle-zpug] UML + AXG -- Re: Plone Jam 3/20/08

Rob Lineberger rob_lineberger at med.unc.edu
Tue Mar 18 19:01:14 UTC 2008


I have the same dream as you, but with something that generates a
working Plone 3 product.  

I can (and in fact, recently did) present a tutorial on 2.5-style UML >>
AGX >> Plone.  I'd be happy to do the same thing at a Plone Jam now that
the kinks have been worked out, but with a "real" UML model.  But the
Plone community seems pretty set on Zope3 tech, which Josh is much more
versed in.

In other words, I suspect that model driven development is falling out
of favor, for good reasons according to people who know what they are
doing.  Instead of refining that process, it might make more sense to
explore the new way.

Or perhaps a hybrid, or a face off... ?

Rob


On Tue, 2008-03-18 at 13:42 -0500, Mark R. Biggers wrote:
> My dream of a super Plone Jam or 2:
> 
> Rob.L, Mike.R and Josh.J take turns, reviewing either an "example" UML model
> or one of their own, and explain some "tips 'n tricks" about what they have
> discovered about UML-modeling => ArchGenXML => Plone products.  Plone 2
> examples would be fine; Plone 3 would be great, too.
> 
> I did some work recently fixing the AGX example model, to try it out with
> 1.6.x AXG and Plone3.  That might help; however we are all sure to learn
> something from the UML/AGX super-group ;)
> 
> Here's hoping flattery will get those Jam-demos,
> ----mark
> 
> Chris Calloway writes:
>  > On 3/18/2008 9:35 AM, Mike Revoir wrote:
>  > > Plone Jammers,
>  > > I apologize for the late notice, but I will be unable to attend and host
>  > > this week's Plone Jam. Is anyone able to host the Jam in my place?
> 
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