Mylyn 2.0 Talk - Eclipse

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Tool


Reduces information overload


Makes multi
-
tasking easy


Framework


How it works


Integrating and extending


Integration


Showcase of extensions


Task
-
Focused Desktop



Mik Kersten

Last updated June 2007, made available under the EPL v1.0

Task
-
Focused Toolkit

Mylyn





Information

overload


Context loss when multi
-
tasking



With Mylyn

Tasks are integrated

See only what you are working on

Overview


Task
-
Focused UI


Demos of key features


Integrated task management


Automated context management


Collaboration and planning


The framework


How the task context model works


How to build on Mylyn


Integration showcase


Extensions and ecosystem


Task
-
Focused Desktop



Task management


Before Mylyn

Scattered throughout web apps, code and pieces of paper

No integration with IDE workflow


One task list


Manage all your tasks in a single personalized view


Eclipse’s rich searching, linking and editing facilities


Repository connectors


Integrate web
-
based task repositories


Offline editing and access


Integrated change notifications


Demo




Task
-
focused UI


Information overload

Time wasted scrolling, browsing and searching, tagging, filtering

Constant multi
-
tasking causes context loss


Task context


Mylyn monitors your interaction


Creates degree
-
of
-
interest model


What you touch is in your context


Actively managed as you work


Task
-
focused UI


View filtering, element decoration


Automatic folding, content assist ranking


Editor and perspective management


One
-
click task switching


Demo

Collaboration


Before Mylyn

Manual management of change sets

Email overload, interruption, difficulty sharing expertise


Change set management


Changes are automatically grouped by task


Commit messages are automatic


Everything is linked


Task context sharing


Expertise is captured and can be shared via repository


Tasks are easy to recall, knowledge easy to share


Demo


Planning


With Mylyn

Too many tasks end up in your Task List


Personal planning


Meshes with team planning activities


Can monitor components and collaborations


Focused workweek


See only the tasks you need to work on



Demo

Mylyn 2.0


Schedule


2.0M3 May 11


2.0RC1 June 15


2.0 final June 29 with Europa


Even deeper integration


Debugging, XML, relationship navigation


More automation


Workflow, content assist, streamlining


Easier organization


Personal and team planning





Mylyn Framework

Mylyn Framework


Status


Mylyn 1.0 provided APIs that supported a core set of connectors


Mylyn 2.0 is evolving based on integrator feedback


APIs


Tasks: task management


Context: context management


Team: team provider integration


Monitor: workbench interaction monitoring



Tasks API


Goal


Bring your repositories’ tasks into Eclipse


Streamline task management user experience across repositories


Provide customizable behavior with consistent integration


Task repository connectors


Core facilities: lifecycle, persistence, synchronization


UI facilities: queries and task editing


Decide on level of integration: queries only, rich editing


Reference implementation is Bugzilla





Context API


Goal


Connect task context model to domain
-
specific artifacts


Task context bridges


Structure bridges: map context to existing models: e.g. JavaModel


UI bridges: selection/edit/refactoring capture, map to UI


Reference implementation is Java




Team & Monitor APIs


Team API


Provides change set integration, automatic commit messages


Reference implementation is CVS




Monitor API


Captures user’s workbench interaction history


Monitors views, editors, commands, preferences


Provides privacy, obfuscation, reporting


Reference implementation is user study example



Usage Reporting



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Task context






Degree
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of
-
interest (DOI) weighting


Frequency and recency of interaction with element


Both direct and indirect interaction

Model

interest


Task context graph


Edges added for relations between elements


Scaling factors determine shape, e.g. decay rate


Thresholds define interest levels







Topology

[
l
, ∞] Landmark


(0, ∞] Interesting


[
-
∞, 0] Uninteresting

Integration Showcase

Status

Eclipse Mylyn

Tasks

Bugzilla

Trac

JIRA

Context

Team

CVS

Java

Files

Ant

SVN

XPlanner

CodeBeamer

Ruby

IssueZilla






XPlanner

Connector


License: com.

(JBuilder)


Available: now









Project Tracker

IssueZilla

Connectors


License: com.

(free)


Available: Q3









Agile Project

Manager


License: com.

(free)


Available: Q3






Chris

Hane


Mantis

Connector


License: EPL

(alpha)


Available: now






Lubos

Pochman


CodeBeamer

Connector


License: free

(alpha)


Available: now






Subclipse

Team


SVN Team

Integration


License: EPL

(mature)


Available: now









Subversive

SVN Team

Integration


License: EPL

(mature)


Available: now









DLTK

Structure Bridge


License: EPL

(alpha)


Available: Q3




Community needs

Eclipse Mylyn

Tasks

Bugzilla

Trac

JIRA

Context

Team

CVS

Java

Files

Ant

SVN

Perforce

ClearCase

XPlanner

CodeBeamer

ScrumWorks

Spring

Ruby

Tasktop

Desktop

Web

Email







Changing the way we work


Once tasks are explicit


Dramatic reduction in information overload


Information you need to get work done is at your finger tips


Multitasking and recalling old tasks become effortless


UI automation (e.g. working sets, search, commit messages)


Keeps you in Eclipse and out of your browser and inbox


Validated technology


Statistically significant increase in programmer productivity


Task context model supports generic knowledge work


The framework is open and growing


Mylyn is all about integration




Committers


Mik Kersten, Rob Elves, Steffen Pingel and Eugene
Kuleshov


Key contributions by


Gail Murphy, Shawn Minto, Willian Mitsuda, Brock
Janiczak, Meghan Allen, Nathan Hapke, Raphael
Ackermann, Ken Sueda, Jeff Pound, Wesley Coelho and
Leah Findlater

Mylyn

The Task
-
Focused UI