Monthly Archives: July 2007

Lost In The Tunnels

I have not written much about BPDM, the new metamodel specification from the OMG. It is a long spec, and it appears that lots of very good work has gone into it. Making a general metamodel to allow for interchange … Continue reading

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Wine-ing about Standards

Why is there all this concern about a single process standard? I was reminded of this while reading a recent article in “Viticulture Obscurant” about a similar situation in Elbonia with standardization of the broad range of wines, which I … Continue reading

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