[kepler-dev] the ability to pause/adjust/restart a workflow
Edward A. Lee
eal at eecs.berkeley.edu
Sat Nov 11 10:33:17 PST 2006
Ptolemy II models can be paused, adjusted, and restarted...
There is a pause button right on the toolbar...
Let me guess: the person you talked to decided it would be
easier to create their own workflow environment rather than
add the functionality they need to Kepler, right? I get that
a lot... Such people are not to be taken seriously...
At 12:41 PM 11/10/2006, Laura L. Downey wrote:
>Just wanted to report from the Semantic Web User Interaction workshop I just attended as part of the International Semantic Web conference, that someone from University of Zurich came up to me after my presentation and specifically mentioned Kepler and was quite aware of it. This was good. However, the drawback was that they had decided against using it for their needs because it lacks the specific ability to pause/adjust/restart a workflow and they said this was critical to their work. They are computational chemists.
>I know I have put that feature on the usability list of useful features for scientists as a result of some of my reviews and feedback from our scientists at workshops. And I believe Deana had identified that too before I arrived on the project and maybe some of the rest of you too. But I just wanted to raise this issue again for future consideration.
>Laura L. Downey
>Senior Usability Engineer
>LTER Network Office
>Department of Biology, MSC03 2020
>1 University of New Mexico
>Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
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