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Eclipse Marketplace Client, Photon Edition not opening in certain cases

The Eclipse Marketplace Client, Photon edition has a bug where it fails to open in certain cases. If nothing happens when you try to access the Eclipse Marketplace via “Help > Eclipse Marketplace”, please update the Marketplace Client plug-in by doing the following:

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Quicksilver: eclipse.org new look and feel

I am pleased to announce a new look and feel for www.eclipse.org, codenamed Quicksilver, and a new logo for the Eclipse Foundation which Mike Milinkovich, the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation, has blogged about.

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Say Goodbye to the Eclipse Foundation Nova Theme

The Eclipse Foundation is planning on removing a few deprecated components from eclipse.org-common in an effort to reduce our code base for www.eclipse.org.

We are using Bug 526827 - Fall clean up of eclipse.org-common to track the following tasks:

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Eclipse Foundation Webdev Report [Q3 2017]

A few months ago, I created a discussion on Eclipse Bugzila about creating a new blog for the Eclipse Foundation Webdev team. The idea is to raise awareness about what we are currently working on and hopefully, in return, we will get some feedback from the community.

I am new to the blogging world and I am really excited to kick off this new challenge with this report.

My blog posts will be on the following topics:

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The Eclipse User Storage Service: Creating a Better User Experience for Developers

Presented by Antoine Thomas & Christopher Guindon.

Eclipse projects often need to maintain user data or state information that can persist across multiple computers or workspaces. The Eclipse User Storage Service (USS) is here to help solve this problem.

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Beam aboard the Eclipse USS

EclipseCon is all about community. Contributors, adopters, extenders, service providers, consumers and business and research organizations gather to share their expertise and learn from each other.

EclipseCon delivers networking opportunities that lead to synergies in the community, as well as opportunities to give and receive help on specific technical issues or to generate business opportunities.

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