"(It seems I can't reply on Andreas' reply below, so I'm replying here.) Since Andriy is on vacation, I'm taking the liberty of trying to reply for him :)
The question what people and skills are required for MDx doesn't…"
I'm pretty much restricted to the Java/Eclipse/EMF ecology but over there XMI and EMF are very much working standards. The perceived need to adhere to some standard is mostly a manager thing, IMHO and usually not because of fear for…"
"@3: I really don't care about standards. In fact, I think that word has done more damage to MDx than it brought good - except for the EMF and XMI standards, but these arose as "working standards" which is a bit different from the…"
"I guess I do but personally, I find Methodology to be completely uninteresting. Most "methodologies" boil down to a combination of common sense, some well-known principles and best practices (Separation of Concerns, the Single…"
"I would hate to be able to choose exactly one of these three approaches in all situations and I don't think they actual oppose each other - they're fairly orthogonal, even.
E.g., I think business modeling (or dev-assisted business modeling…"
"In fact, I'd say the application of MDx should solve a real problem, period!
I guess I'm missing (the statement) a concrete goal for doing MDx in this discussion and I think having that would make the comparison more realistic as it…"
"Well, it's my experience that (1) we, as a MDx community, are still struggling to get our point (why do MDx at all) across -both to technical peers and managers alike- and (2) the way in which we apply MDx varies so much that I don't…"