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July 7, 2016: XES recirculation ended

To have the changes that resulted from the comments of the XES ballot approved, a recirculation was required for the XES Standard Proposal (Revision 13, D03). This recirculation has now ended, the changes were approved, and no new comments were received. As a result, this version of XES has now been approved by the balloting group.

The next step is to have this version accepted by the IEEE RevCom.


June 10, 2016: ProM 6.6 released

ProM 6.6 is the successor of ProM 6.5.1, which was released in 2015. Like ProM 6.5.1, there will be no updates to packages in the ProM 6.6 release. As such, this is an immutable release which can hence be used in your publications. If it works today in ProM 6.6, it will work exactly the same tomorrow. Note that for ProM Lite this does not hold, as tomorrow it may work better. Like ProM Lite 1.1, ProM 6.6 contains improvements to the core of ProM. See for the details. Furthermore, many packages have also been improved. See for details.

Both ProM Lite 1.1 and ProM 6.6 can now be downloaded from (note that we’re still working on the Mac bundles, they will follow shortly).


June 10, 2016: ProM Lite 1.1 released

ProM Lite 1.1 is the successor of ProM Lite “AluM”, which was released in February of this year. ProM Lite 1.1 contains some improvements to the core (“framework”) of ProM. Please see for the details. Apart from the core, several ProM Lite packages have also been improved. Please see for the details. Nevertheless, these improved packages can also be used using the ProM Lite “AluM” release. If you are using ProM Lite “AluM”, then the same set of packages is available to you as if you were using ProM Lite “AluM”.

Note that in ProM Lite (both 1.1 and ”AluM”) new updates for packages may appear from time to time (which will have been tested thoroughly by us), and you will be asked whether or not to update to these new versions.


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