Yes, the xtuml/models repository (https://github.com/xtuml/models) has example application models and models used for testing the BridgePoint tool. This repository is completely public and open source. We welcome xtUML modelers to fork this repository and submit examples via pull requests.
The content of https://github.com/xtuml/models is quite “anonymous”, not much informative in there, really, and the github is btw not accessible by engineers in all countries across the planet, just like Google/Gmail/Facebook is not accessible everywhere either.
…but xtuml.org is! :)
Since SteveM has a keynote speech at Executable Modeling 2016
I just provided in my previous note. Strange/incorrect graphics popping up, blocking the view.
(each word on a new line just to be able to see what I was writing)
Steves keynote is here (remove the XXX): XXXhttp://www.modelexecution.org/?page_id=1743
“Papyrus for xtUML” post is here (remove the XXX): XXXhttps://xtuml.org/community/topic/bridgepoint-roadmap-on-migration-to-emfuml2/