Monthly Archives: February 2008

Most used bundles

A lot more of you are participating with the Usage Data Collector (UDC). We’ve tried to make it very robust, and as low impact on your experience with Eclipse as possible. That said, it’s hard to get things exactly right, … Continue reading

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It was Wayne’s Fault

Today, as I was looking over the BoF submissions for EclipseCon, I decided to decline one of the redundant submissions (Chris must have hit submit twice). I then hit what I thought was a “commit changes” button. Long story short, … Continue reading

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Too many of us work on the Weekend

It seems that about half of those of us who have opted to submit data gathered by the Usage Data Collector were working this weekend. Working hard it seems: there seems to be, on average, more events gathered per user … Continue reading

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Observations from the Usage Data Collector (so far)

I’ve been collecting my own usage data—along with usage data from several foundation employees and some other volunteers—using the Usage Data Collector (UDC) for quite some time now, so we already have several months’ worth of data. Recently more members … Continue reading

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I’m looking forward to the EclipseCon keynotes this year. I’ve only read a few things from Cory Doctorow, but I’ve really enjoyed those few things (take a gander at this bit of work if you want a taste). I hear … Continue reading

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Project and Release Info for Eclipse Corner Articles

Last week, I quietly rolled out an addition to Eclipse Corner that shows the Eclipse projects and releases that an article is compatible with. The change also provides, when appropriate, a link to Bugzilla entries concerned with the article (so … Continue reading

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EEP!

It’s pronounced “eep!”, as in “meep, meep”, the sound that the roadrunner makes. The Eclipse Examples Project (EEP!) proposal is live and is looking for feedback and input. The idea behind the project is to provide a home for examples … Continue reading

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