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    Contacting an Eclipse Open Source Project

    Sunday, November 20, 2022 - 19:00 by Wayne Beaton
    All Eclipse open source projects are required to operate in an open and transparent manner. This includes communication: all communication between and with the project team uses open channels. Specifically, we have no private channels for open source project work. Related, we don’t facilitate private communication between project team members...
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    Community Awards are Back

    Wednesday, May 11, 2022 - 20:00 by Wayne Beaton
    The Eclipse Foundation community awards are returning once again! The Eclipse Foundation has a vibrant community of many dedicated individuals, who deserve to be recognized for their contributions. To recognize our community members, we will be presenting awards for Top Committer, Top Newcomer Evangelist, Top Contributor, and Lifetime Achievement at...
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    The Eclipse Foundation Is Your Destination For Commercial-Friendly Open Source Projects

    Monday, December 13, 2021 - 19:00 by Wayne Beaton
    As a member of the Eclipse Foundation, you already know the value of making a project open source. Open source allows organizations to participate in a thriving developer community, while sharing the costs of innovation and focusing their resources on building differentiated features that customers value. However, all open source...
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    Progress and Release Reviews

    Tuesday, May 11, 2021 - 20:00 by Wayne Beaton
    The Eclipse Foundation Development Process (EDP) describes a release as anything that is distributed for adoption outside of the committers of a project (effectively, if you stamp something with a version number and tell the general audience to download it, it’s a release). Appropriately labeled nightly, integration, and milestone builds...