YAWL is a BPM/Workflow system, based on a concise and powerful modelling language, that handles complex data transformations, and full integration with organizational resources and external Web Services.
Facts about YAWL
Code is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) build using Java Servlet Technology.
Support for most of the control-flow and resource perspective patterns (see www.workflowpatterns.com)
Use of XML standards like XML Schema, XPath and XQuery for the data perspective.
Formal foundation of the YAWL language offers support for automated verification.
There is much more information about YAWL features at the official YAWL Foundation website. You may also want to read the FAQ there.
About YAWL User Group
The YAWL User Group, founded 2012 at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Science, is a platform for suggestions and discussions about the ongoing development of the YAWL system. We want to concentrate the know-how of all commercial and non-commercial YAWL users from all over the world and help the YAWL foundation improve the usability of the YAWL system for everyone.
How to participate?
If you would like to take part, please join our community. There are forums to share ideas, tutorials, case studies or simply to ask for help. If you want to contribute more to the community, send us an email to email@example.com.
Why do we use yaug.org as domain name?
In search for a short but still meaningful domain name we have discovered that the four letter domain yaug.org is still available. Like YAWL (Yet Another Workflow Language) is not the first workflow language, we are not the first ones to invent a user group. So we are just Yet Another User Group. (Wikpedia on "Yet another...") Add to that yaug.org is just a memorable, short name.