This workshop is part of the 23nd International Systems and Software Product Line Conference, and is intended for product line experts from industry who wish to learn and share experiences on real-word implementations of product lines. There exist many papers describing certain aspects of real-world product lines. We also have the well-known SPLC Hall of Fame with quite a number of what we call real-world product lines. The purpose of this workshop is to work on defining a concise format for documenting different cases of product lines implementations so that others (especially new actors from industry) can understand how the product line operation can be run. The main focus of the first workshop is to define what information regarding a product line should be documented, brainstorm how this could be done, and to come up with a concrete working plan for continuing the work on this topic and, in fine, dress a consistent and purposeful list of examples.
This workshop is the 2nd workshop on this topic.
This workshop is intended for product line experts from industry who wish to learn and share experiences on real-word implementations of product lines. For this workshop we are mainly seeking industry practitioners with strong product line experience.
All industry participants will have to prepare for this workshop by reviewing the draft product line documentation template resulting from last years workshop and using it to document their own product line engineering practice briefly either in form of a short (!) paper or a presentation of 10 mins. These presentations are workshop internal “working material” and will not be distributed or published.
Please apply for a seat in this workshop with a short information about what is your interest in this topic and what background you have in product lines.
The workshop is organized by Danilo Beuche, CEO, pure-systems; Hugo Guillermo Chale-Gongora, Director PLE, Thales; and Thomas Fogdal, Manager – Software Platform Engineering, Danfoss Drives.