You might have heard that last week an important OMG conference happened in Minneapolis:
The work on BPMN 2.0 standard (Finalization Task Force) has been completed and handed over for final voting. The publication of the official standard is planned for September.
In the last month BPMN 2.0 became quite popular – there is high visibility for the standard itself and all products and activities that are related to it.
The interest in BPMN 2.0 is also visible by the fact that 34 companies will participate in the BPMN 2.0 Revision Task Force.
I was great to work for the standard and shape it in a way that it really usable for the whole BPM community. I was mainly involved in the areas:
- Diagram Interchange (see chapter 12 of the spec)
- Automatic generation of XSLT files for transformation between XMI and XML
- Implementation of BPMN 2.0 as Eclipse EMF Ecore
On the last two points I will post some more blogs or technical article.
PS: you find the (almost final) spec here.