I am happy to announce the official launch of the camunda BPM incubation space with the first large community contribution by plexiti.
View it on github:
Due to the productization and stabilization focus in the camunda BPM core platform, we decided to separate out these experimental projects from the core platform. The core BPM platform is stable and maintained and can be found in the github repository camunda-bpm-platform. This is also the base for the supported (commercial) camunda BPM platform product. The camunda-bpm-incubation repository contains a list of incubation projects which may be located in that repository itself or inside a different repository. We hope that this helps us finding a balance between being able to try out new innovative ideas (possibly in an unstructured or even unstable manner) but still being able to provide a stable "core" project. I think that this is also helpful for users of the project: users immediately see which parts of the project are stable and maintained and which other parts are still experimental.
Plexiti makes the first large community contribution to camunda BPM
The first project started in the incubation space is located at https://github.com/camunda/camunda-bpm-fluent-testing and is a contribution by plexiti.
Plexiti is an innovative company from Vienna / Austria and founded by Martin Schimak and Rafael Cordones. You can meet them at our jointly organized community event in Vienna.