The 2014 edition of the Language Workbench Challenge is starting now. The program committee has completed an assignment definition for this new challenge. This time, next to showing that a language can be created and used, participants are challenged to demonstrate how their language workbench of choice supports collaboration in (large) teams and how it supports creation and use of large models.
Participating in the workshop is possible in two ways.
- As a submitter: submit a report on how you are going to take up the challenge. If your report is accepted, you will be invited to present your working solution at the workshop
- As a visitor: register for participation in the workshop through the Code Generation registration site: https://cg2014.eventbrite.co.uk/
Note that in both cases a small fee may apply to cover for the cost of catering and location. We’re still discussing the details of this.
The reports submitted in response to the CfP will be published on this site, together with the results of previous editions. We encourage participants to submit also a link to, or copy of, their working solution to be published here for reference by others.
The detailed assignment can be found here: Call for Participation LWC 2014 (v5).
Information about reference implementation and the focus assignment is provided through our blog, here.
Reference implementation and scalability examples provided by PC:
November 29, 2013 Report deadline:
January 3rd January 10th, midnight (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) Workshop invitation of accepted submitters:
January 24, 2014 Working solutions deadline (to determine workshop agenda):
April 1, 2014
April 8, 2014