OPEN-SME

Open-Source Software Reuse Service for SMEs

The OPEN-SME project has been supported by the EC within the 7th framework programme under grant agreement no. FP7-SME-2008-2 – 24376 

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Deliverables
Deliverables List
Written by Nikos Papageorgiou   
Tuesday, 06 September 2011 19:19
Below is the list of deliverables and in parentheses the month of delivery.

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Deliverables list:
  • D2.1 State-of-the-art and requirements analysis” (M3)
    Description: This report includes a survey on the state-of-the-art concerning Open Source Software
    development methodologies, domain engineering and application engineering processes and a survey
    on the commercial and open source products related to Open Source Software reuse. In addition, the
    present document includes the user requirements analysis from the perspectives of the SME end users
    and SME association groups. The analysis concludes with the detailed specification of the technology
    requirements in relation to the processes and tools to be developed by the project.

  • D2.2 Functional/technical specification of domain engineering processes and tools” (M5)

    Description: This deliverable presents the specification of the OPEN-SME Domain Engineering Process and associated tools. The document provides the detailed definition of the Domain Engineering Process orkflows, the technical specification of the OCEAN and COPE tools, as well as the definition of the Domain Ontology for the representation of Application Domains.


  • D2.3 Functional/technical specification of application engineering processes and tools” (M7)
     Description: This deliverable presents the specification of the OPEN-SME Application Engineering
    Process and associated tools. The document provides the detailed definition of the OPEN-SME
    application engineering workflows, and the technical specification of the COMPARE (Component                    
    Repository and Search Engine) tool.

  • D2.4 Detailed guidelines on the utilisation of the  OPEN-SME domain engineering processes” (M8)
    Description: This document provides guidelines on the utilisation of the OPEN-SME Domain                          
    Engineering Process. The present deliverable first presents top-level guidelines before going into the
    technical details of the different aspects of the methodology. It should be stressed that our aim is to
    provide a compact and manageable description that will be later on complemented with the manuals
    of the three OPEN-SME tools (OCEAN, COPE, COMPARE) under development.

  • D2.5 Detailed guidelines on the utilisation of the  OPEN-SME application engineering processes” (M10)
    Description: This document provides guidelines on the utilisation of the OPEN-SME Application Engineering Process. The guidelines have been derived on the basis of the specifications reported in deliverable D2.3 "Functional/technical specification of application engineering processes and tools". The process specification is generic towards placing minimum limitations on the use of existing software development practises, and preserving the existing investments of SMEs, in know-how and tools. This is why the present deliverable does not provide detailed technical or documentation instructions as was the case for the domain engineering process (D2.4). The process specification is complemented with the description of an application engineering case study that illustrates how a real-world application engineering process can be adapted to the OPEN-SME approach.

  • D2.6 OPEN-SME business and cost models (v1)” (M10)

  • Description:This deliverable examines the conditions and forms under which OSS can be used for businesses.After a brief general introduction into the topic, a general overview of OSS ecosystems is provided. Thereafter, OSS business models and strategies are discussed, including results of a survey of OSS reuse practices in SMEs and the role of OSS within the portfolios of the SME-AGs and SMEs the OPEN-SME consortium. This section ends with practical recommendations for SMEs. Based on these insights and two workshops, an integrated business model for the commercial use of the OPEN-SME repository and tools has been created. Since costs of applying this business model depend highly on the concrete demand of the customer, the domain, the domain engineer, and the reuse engineer, a generic cost model for OSS reuse has been developed. The analysis concludes with an analysis of risks aligned with OSS reuse and ways to mitigate these risks








  • D2.7 “OPEN-SME business and cost models (v2)” (M24) or D2.6b

  • D3.1  “Open Source Search Engine (v1)” (M12)
  •  DescriptionThis is the final deliverable of OCEAN (Open Source Search Engine).
    The OCEAN tool can be accessed here.                                                                                                                      

  • D3.2  “Component Adaptation Environment (v1)” (M12)
     Description: This is a brief report accompanying the COPE (Component Adaptation Environment) tool
    prototype (version 1), already available to the consortium, with respect to the specifications and                   
    functionality already achieved.

  • D3.3  “Component Repository and Search Engine” (M12)
     Description: This is a brief report accompanying the COMPARE (Component Repository and Search
    Engine) tool prototype (version 2), already available to the consortium, with respect to the                             specifications and functionality already achieved.

  • D3.4 “Open Source Search Engine (v2)” (M14)  or D3.1b

  • D3.5 “Component Adaptation Environment (v2)” (M16)
     Description: This is the final report accompanied by the COPE (Component Adaptation Environment) tool final version and the respective documents on how to install and use, already available to the consortium.            

  • D3.6 “Component Repository and Search Engine (v2)” (M16)

  • Description: This is a brief report accompanying the COMPARE (Component Repository and Search Engine)
    tool prototype (version 2), already available to the consortium, with respect to the specifications and functionality
    already achieved.

  • D4.1 “Intermediate instantiation and adaptation report” (M14)
     Description: The aim of the D4.1: Intermediate instantiation adaptation report" deliverable, is to present the instantiation of the OPEN-SME tool-chain and the analysis performed over the results of the OPEN-SME trials.

  • D4.2 “Final instantiation and adaptation report” (M18)
     Description: The aim of the D4.1: Intermediate instantiation adaptation report" deliverable, is to present the instantiation of the OPEN-SME tool-chain and the analysis performed over the results of the OPEN-SME trials.       
    D4.2 constitutes an updated version of Deliverable D4.1.

  • D5.1 “OPEN-SME Web Site” (M2)

  • D5.2 “Intermidiate dissemination and workshop report” (M12)

  • D5.3 “Training Material (v1)” (M12)

  • D5.4 “Final dissemination and workshop report” (M24)
    Description:This document constitutes the second project dissemination report. As such, the document builds on input individually collected by the consortium members, related to each partner's individual dissemination activities,while a separate section is devoted to the OPEN-SME web site development. 

  • D5.5 “Training Material (v2)” (M24)
     
    Description:The purpose of this report is to provide training material (in the form of  set of User's Guides) that will help the intended user to become familiar with the OPEN-SME  platform, comprehend the various tools and features it offers and be trained in efficientlyusing them.A final section provides  business model guideline adapted to the specifics of SME-AGs that intend to distribute the OPEN-SME suite to heir members.This deliverable complements "D5.3 "Training Material Version 1" focusing on the Domain Engineering and Application Engineering processes and the corresponding on-line training material available or the OPEN-SME platform users  at http://opensme.eu/rode and http://opensme.eu/aep 










                     




  • D5.6 OPEN-SME White Paper” (M24)
    Description:The OPEN-SME white paper actually provides a collection of five papers, each of which provides an overview of the two processes (i.e Domain Engineering and Application Engineering processes) and the three tools (i.e OCEAN, COPE and COMPARE) developed in the OPEN-SME project.

  • D6.1 “Market assessment, business & exploitation plans, IPR (v1)” (M12)

  • D6.2 “Market assessment, business & exploitation plans, IPR (v2)” (M24)
    Description:The updated version of this document builds upon Deliverable D6.1"Market Assessment Business  & Exploitation Plans, Licensing Issues (v.1)" and D2.6 OPEN-SME business and cost models",
    to provide a detailed business strategy for the OPEN-SME toolset, including a Cost Benefit Analysis.
    Further details are included n the on-line reports (SESAM) on patents andexploitable foregrounds.
 
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