Prototypes I am contributing to


KMF, the Kevoree Modeling Framework is an alternative to the EMF (Eclipse Modeling Framework), in order to consider requirements (memory, performance, concurency, etc) needed by model@runtime.

Francois Fouquet (@dukeboard) and Gregory Nain the core developers of KMF. I am an early adopter and a brave beta-tester of KMF, and also involved in some technical discussions.

KMF is hosted on GitHub and available as open-source (L-GPL)


Kevoree aims at enabling distributed reconfigurable software development. Built around a component model, Kevoree leverages model@runtime approach to offer tools to build, adapt and synchronize distributed systems.

Francois Fouquet (@dukeboard), Gregory Nain, Erwan Daubert and Jean-Emile Dartois are the core developers of Kevoree. I am a regular user of Kevoree and a brave beta-tester always willing to try new features and give feedback. Kevoree also implements some ideas (models@runtime), which I promoted in my PhD thesis, but is way more robust, scalable (and comes with a bunch of novel features) than the proof-of-concept which I implemented during my thesis.

Kevoree is hosted on GitHub and available as open-source (L-GPL)