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Updated development environment for railML

For more than 10 years, the development of the railML® 2.x versions and later the 3.x versions too was aided by the "trac ticket" system. Here, the coordinators had an overview of changes awaiting implementation and other tasks concerning the development. The system also ...

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39th railML Conference

Due to the unchanged situation, the 39th German-speaking railML conference was once again held virtually on April 21st, 2021. But again, more than 70 participants from all over the world took the chance to get more insights into the work at railML. It was a great opportunity ...

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Updated Release Plan of New railML Versions

railML.org® pursues a policy of open communication and clear, equal participation of all partners. Therefore, we already want to announce the delays of the deployments of the railML 2.5 and railML 3.2 schemas, even though not all general conditions are clear yet. The ...

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Integration of a UML visualization into the railML 3 wiki

The railML schemas are all defined from the needs of all partners. While from 2008 to 2020 railML 2 was defined directly in XML Schema Definition (XSD), railML 3 was from the beginning defined in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and the XSD was derived from it. The ...

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Improving participants’ involvement during virtual conferences

During the latest railML ® conference, railML.org’s common coordinator, Thomas Nygreen, tried out a new way to allow the participants to take on a more active role during his presentation. He chose to use a series of polls to give the participants a chance to engage ...

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38th railML Conference – hosted virtually from the railML.org HQ

The 38th railML® Conference took place on the 18th of November 2020 in a virtual conference room! We hoped it would be attended by at least as many participants as the previous virtual conference and we are happy to announce that our expectations were met and ...

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