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StrictDoc supports ReqIF
StrictDoc is an open source software for writing technical requirements and specifications. As such, it supports a number of formats for storage and export, including ReqIF.
Here is the link on the chapter regarding ReqIF support.
Do you know of any notable ReqIF news? Let us know, and we'll post it here.Continue reading →
New ReqIF Services (fixed-price packages)
In case you missed it: We are now offering productized services for common activities. By far the most common one is setting up a tailored ReqIF-based requirements exchange. We do this in two weeks, remotely and at a fixed price. Other services include analyzing and maintaining traceability; and categorization of requirements.Continue reading →
ReqIF-Webinar from Intland/Codebeamer
In case you missed it: The company Intland published a webinar on ReqIF exchange that you can watch here (registration at Intland required).Continue reading →
Online-Event Oct. 29: ReqIF Recommendation 2.0 (Prostep ivip)
Prostep ivip has two active implementer forums and is offering a virtual event on ReqIF. They invite all interested parties to the event: ReqIF Recommendation 2.0 – New Use Cases for Workflow-driven Requirements Document Exchange.
If you are interested, then RSVP by simply accepting this calendar event.Continue reading →
How to Use ReqIF for Collaboration
Collaboration beyond an organization has challenges. Read on how ReqIF helps you in seamless collaboration inside and outside your company. Full Article >>Continue reading →
What’s new with ReqIF? 2018 Intelligence Report got published
While on the surface there was little activity with respect to the ReqIF standard, there is quite a bit going on behind the scenes. Activities of 2018 are covered in the free Intelligence Report: ReqIF in 2018. Read now >>Continue reading →
New Content: ReqIF Compatibility Guide
We add a ReqIF Compatibility Guide as premium content. This guide is available to premium members, but also to users of the Mastering ReqIF Online Course. Visit Access the ReqIF Compatibility Guide >>Continue reading →
Forum opened for discussing ReqIF
We just opened a forum, where you can discuss ReqIF-related topics with other members. For now, there are three sections on the standard, the tools and other topics.
Anybody can read the forum, you need to be registered to post. Visit the Forum now >>Continue reading →
ReqIF Studio 2.4.1 released
ReqIF Studio 2.4.1 released, please see the release notes for details.
The most notable difference is that now the default workspace is called "reqif", located in the user's home directory. This will only be set for new installations and can be changed to a different location.
The above may address the problem some users encounter, where ReqIF Studio freezes with the workspace selection dialog open. This release also contains some fixes for Mac users.Continue reading →
Plans for ReqIF Benchmark
ProSTEP is a non-profit that is active in the ReqIF space. They helped get ReqIF ready for standardization, and are also operating a ReqIF Implementor Forum. On June 18, they published the following information:
ReqIF users and vendors tune in to the benchmark
In a 2-day workshop, ReqIF users and software vendors coordinated their activities.
The first day clearly focused on preparing for the upcoming first ReqIF benchmark. Both the test scenarios and the respective test files were discussed in detail. The test scenarios consist of a simple sending of a requirement specification from partner to partner, with focus on the correct presentation in terms of content and form. Further, a simple round trip with status updates is performed. The software manufacturers provided constructive feedback on the test files, which have now been approved for benchmarking by all parties. This results in two formally correct ReqIF reference files.
The second day focused on open issues, including the further development of the standard, the implementation guideline and the processes for exchange. All existing issues were checked for relevance and timeliness and prioritized by the users. A workflow for issue resolution has also been defined. Just one month after the meeting, the Implementor Forum developed initial solution proposals for individual issues. The goal is to resolve the five highest priority issues by the next joint meeting in October 2018.Continue reading →