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.
The first official EU review of the ReDSeeDS project took place on 21 September 2007 in Vienna.
Warsaw University of Technology was present at the MoDELS'07 conference with paper "Complementary Use Case Scenario Representations based on Domain Vocabularies" disseminating ReDSeeDS results concerning Requirements Specification Language. The paper was presented during the New Language Features session and was a subject of a discussion there. Also, the paper was published in the issue 4735 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science journal.
Results of the research work on ReDSeeDS project in the first year has been disseminated in scientific conferences, workshops and journals. This activity aims to build the ReDSeeDS community.