Koneki released its 0.8 version with Juno, and we plan on graduating with a 1.0 version for Kepler.
In order to stabilize our API and improve the overall quality of the product, we thought it would be better if we released a 0.9 in-between.
This 0.9 version is scheduled for the end of this year, and we just released the first milestone!
About a month ago, Sierra Wireless proposed a new project under the umbrella of the M2M Industry Working Group that aims at delivering a crucial missing piece to the global architecture of the open source M2M stack this Group is trying to establish.
The IDE for the Lua programming language that is being developed within the Koneki project is getting more and more adoption these days. There are two main segments where Lua is intensively used: embedded platforms (the Lua VM has a very small footprint and is written in pure ANSI C, making it easy to embed), and video game industry (Lua is easy to learn, making it a language of choice for game scripting).
In just about 10 days, EclipseCon Europe and its storm of great keynotes, awesome talks, and yummy frosty beverage will be all upon its lucky participants.
This year, two great programmingcontests will allow you to have fun doing what most of you do best: write code!
If you are running Chrome, or Firefox with the GreaseMonkey plug-in, then you may want to install this very simple extension that will detect when an Eclipse bug is mentioned in a commit message displayed in the git.eclipse.org web frontend.