I read the whole six parts of the blog (well, not everything in detail), because the objective sounded very promising: " ... to suggest modeling practices which facilitate rework of EPCs or prepare them for automation from the scratch. or (in part 5.): " ... to facilitate preparation of EPCs for BPMN-based automation."
I am sorry to say that approx. 95% did not deal with EPC. The main part was about BPMN in general and about "process architecture". Only the last sentences of blog 6 - at the very end and very short - were really relevant for the objective:
"VACD on the third decomposition level should be replaced by EPC model"
"... process interfaces should be discarded from the elementary EPC models"
A disappointing result: Two simple advices for the process architecture and nothing about specific about EPC. Nothing about how to model an EPC in ARIS for the efficent transformation in BPMN. M2E is still a wide raw field ...