If you are not aware of the Modeling Languages blog, you are missing one of the best sources of up-to-date modelling information on the web! And I’m not just saying that because of the recent great interview about me!
Modeling Languages’s Jordi Cabot provides us all with a great interview of Francis Bordeleau, chairman of my Industry Consortium and Ericsson employee, about my past, growth, and future.
In this post, Jordi stated:
I believe this interview is interesting not only for people using Papyrus (or looking for a Eclipse-based modeling tool to use) but it includes many valuable insights for all of you trying to push various open source initiatives and aim for their sustainable development.
And I can’t agree more!
The discussion covers a lot, from Ericsson’s belief that they need to control their tool destiny and that the best way to do this is to be part of it (hint: Open source ME!), to my evolution and the creation of the Me Industry Consortium, enabling many companies to work together to make me better and providing me with more minions!
Thanks to Jordi and Francis for this exposé!
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