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  1. OMG Issue

SYSML16 — ISO DIS 19514 (JTC1 Comments against SysML 1.4)

  • Key: SYSML16-184
  • Status: closed  
  • Source: Thematix Partners LLC ( Rick Steiner)
  • Summary:

    (cross posted email from Andrew Watson)
    Yves, Rick, SysML 1.5 RTF members,

    As I'm sure you remember, OMG used its PAS status to submit SysML 1.4 to ISO/IEC JTC1 for consideration as an International Standard. The ISO
    identifier is DIS 19514, and the specification was accompanied by this
    explanatory report:

    http://doc.omg.org/pas/15-04-01

    JTC1 Members have now finished voting on the proposal, and the results are available as ptc/16-06-01:

    http://doc.omg.org/ptc/16-06-01

    As you can see, the vote passed, but because there was one "No" vote, OMG is being asked to respond with a revision of the SysML specification that addresses some or all of the reviewers' comments, also contained in the above archive.

    Because the SysML 1.5 RTF is working on revising this specification,
    creating this revision falls to you.

    The JTC1 comments will need to be filed as OMG issues, and then addressed in a SysML revision. If you only address the JTC1 comments, then I suggest we make this the SysML 1.4.1 revision, and publish it within a couple of months via the Urgent Issue process. Alternatively, you may want to roll this into the SysML 1.5 revision, along with resolutions to other SysML
    issues.

    Once you've decided which approach you want to use, please let me know so that I can tell JTC1 within what time-frame they can expect the response to its members' comments.

    One other, related issue; the SysML 1.5 RTF expires just after the Orlando
    meeting, and we still need to decide how long an extension to put on the
    Orlando agenda. 3 months? Six? Please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Andrew

  • Reported: SysML 1.4 — Wed, 15 Jun 2016 12:45 GMT
  • Disposition: Closed; No Change — SysML 1.6
  • Disposition Summary:

    ISO DIS 19514 (JTC1 Comments against SysML 1.4)

    resolved in 1.5

  • Updated: Mon, 1 Apr 2019 18:17 GMT