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Ruote (OpenWFEru) is an open source Ruby workflow (and sometimes BPM) engine.
The main project team
John Mettraux
Kenneth Kalmer
Matt Nichols -
Nicholas Faiz -
Chris Beer -
Enrico Bianco -
Andrew Timberlake - timeout 'at'
Torsten Schoenebaum - ActiveResourceParticipant and more
Raphael Simon - error handling mechanism design and QA
Maarten Oelering - bug reports and test cases
Nick Petrella - socket listener issues and Python interactivity, dollar patch
Sakaguchi Masa - japanese website and articles in Japanese magazines
Patrice Cappelaere - lots of feedback and ideas
Tomaso Tosolini - database persisted engine implementation and patches
Alain Hoang (configuration managaer)
Matt Zukowski (senior developer)
Jamandru Reynolds (
Frederic Piccand
Richard Jennings
Francisco Kiko - "is set" issue
David Goldhirsch - EM participant block
dlamotte - set :val => nil
jpr5 + asm
Daniel Neighman "hassox" - :on_timeout => "error"
Jason Allen - multi-instance considerations
Petia Wohed - workflow patterns implementation evaluation
Ralph DeGuelle - sleep silent death report
Leo Venegas - various bug reports
Corin Moss - sync launch and ruote-rest balancing
Scott Sproule - missing read() method in rufus-verbs fopen()
Aye Thu - missing 'atom-tools' dependency
Machiel Groeneveld - missing 'rufus-mnemo' dependency
Harshal Hayat - :on_field => :executions idea
Ralf KaoticEntity - concurrence mix feedback
Graeme Lockley - every jobs {re/un}scheduling
JimJin - various feedback and bug reports
Andreas Baumann - bug reports and test cases
Fu Zhang - csv tables 'accumulate' and 'range' ideas
Lee Fyock - suggested the Scheduler 'tag' feature.
Art Schumer - cron scheduler bug
ara.t.howard on the ruby talk ml pointed out a weakness in scheduler.
Tomek "Tomash" Stachewicz - scheduler feedback
Jon "Compensator" - first report of the "yamlextras" issue
(see the mailing list at : )
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