Virtual Meetup: MPS Interoperability, an ecosystem around MPS

Hi Community,

This Thursday, the 28th of January, I, Federico Tomassetti, will give a presentation about MPS Interoperability.

Note that next week there will be no Virtual Meetup because of the overlap with the MPS Event. If you did not register consider doing so: MPS Talk Series 2021

Also, remember that in December we changed the link to join the Meetup!

Normally at this point, I would introduce the speaker, but it feels awkward speaking about myself :smiley: I will just say that I run Strumenta, a consulting business specialized in Language Engineering. We are a small team, but we are growing and working on a lot of very interesting projects.

In this presentation, I will anticipate one of the two presentations I will give at the MPS event. I will talk about MPS Interoperability. Why this topic? Because I have been reflecting for a while on the fact that Knowledge is so central for many organizations we work with. We build DSLs to permit to better collect, refine, and evolve knowledge and we do that in MPS. But then we need to ensure that we can benefit from that knowledge from outside MPS, that we can contribute to it using other sources, that we can bring the best tools into MPS to complement it, and in short put MPS at the center of a larger ecosystem. In this presentation, I would share a few ideas and hope to have a great discussion with all of you to see what else we can do to make possible creating great ecosystems around MPS.

How to connect

To avoid other security issues is now necessary to register for the meeting. The registration should be necessary just once and be valid for all the next meetings you will participate in. I understand it is a little extra effort but it would avoid problems like the ones we encountered:

Registration for the Virtual Meetup

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. It will also permit you to add it to your calendar.


It is hosted on Zoom at 6PM GMT+1/CET (you can use this link to figure out which time is in your timezone: The Time Zone Converter).


P.S. If you are thinking a proposing a talk, it is time to come forward. Just let me know by replying to this message.

Thank you all for the feedback!

I cannot post the slides here because they are too big, but you can find them here: