2009/4/3 Thomas Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org:
Ciro Iriarte schrieb:
2007/8/6 Thomas Schmidt email@example.com:
Ciro Iriarte wrote:
Anybody tried it?, is it actually being used on the Opensuse project?. Looks interesting.... Maybe it can replace workflow apps on Domino/Notes...
It is used inside R&D for tracking Level3 support issues, maintenance issues and job offerings and applications. You see, it is a very flexible system ;-) RPMs are available from the buildservice: http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=swamp&p=1&baseproject=openSUSE... http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/swamp/
-- Thomas Schmidt (tschmidt [at] suse.de) SUSE Linux Products GmbH :: Research & Development :: Internal Tools 144 pixels ought to be enough for anybody, www.blinkenlights.de --
Some years later....
Do you know what happened to the project that was supposed to build for workflow creation?
If you mean the graphical workflow editor that was a GSoC project some years ago: The work on it was not continued, but the code is still in svn and can be picked up.
For the project SWAMP itself: It's actively used inside SUSE/Novell and some other projects. (http://swamp.sf.net)
-- Thomas Schmidt (tschmidt [at] suse.de) SUSE Linux Products GmbH :: Research & Development :: Tools "Don't Panic", Douglas Adams (1952 - 11.05.2001)
Hi, at its currently state, is the editor functional?