The SMoG group is the organizer of the 2nd edition of MoRSe workshop has been accepted to be co-located with 10th International Conference on Software Reuse, 25 – 29 May 2008, Beijing China. Researchers, lecturers and practitioners are invited to submit papers (see here for a complete Call for papers). The details concerning previous MoRSe edition can be found here.
A paper disseminating ReDSeeDS results entitled "Introducing a unified Requirements Specification Language" written by Michał‚ Śmiałek, Albert Ambroziewicz, Jacek Bojarski, Wiktor Nowakowski and Tomasz Straszak from Warsaw University of Technology, was given Most Promising Work-in-Progress Award at CEE-SET'07 conference.
Since general software reuse still does not fulfil its promise, this workshop will seek for novel reuse strategies associated with model-driven development. The major objective of this workshop is to find ways for comprehensive reuse from requirements over architecture and design to code. This includes seeking for understandable yet precise requirements models, methods to link requirements with design models and code, and retrieval languages that allow for reuse of whole "software cases". The workshop should end with recommendations for a consistent and comprehensive model reuse framework that supports reuse even from the requirements level.
The ReDSeeDS project kick-off meetting took place on September 25-26 and was hosted by Warsaw University of Technology (the SMoG group) – a technical leader of the project. The ReDSeeDS project had been officialy started! The project is conducted under the 6th Framework Programme for Scientific Research of the EU.