I'm not sure about a company wide repository, but Steven Clarke (who was in the video) is a usability engineer involved with all of the WinFx components. So he helps identify common themes and areas of inconsistency acrosss Windows Workflow Foundation,
Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Presentation Foundation.
Unfortunately we don't have that example posted yet, but we do have a example application that is very similiar. The
Workflow Designer Control Example re-hosts the Workflow Designer control in a custom Windows Forms application and enables drag-and-drop from a toolbox of activities onto the design surface.
Great technology, I see huge usage potential in most of the projects I am working on. Any RTM release or GO Lives license dates yet clear?
The RTM for Windows Workflow Foundation is scheduled for early Q3 2006. This will be a standalone release designed to support Office "12". Then Windows Workflow Foundation will also be included with WinFx later in the calendar year. We're working on the
plans for go-live licenses now. Stay tuned to
http://msdn.microsoft.com/workflow for more details on go-live licenses.