Monthly Archives: September 2008

Build that community!

Developing a community around your project is hard work. But it’s worth it. I think that every open source project dreams of having a community… at least they should dream of it. A community does stuff for you. As you … Continue reading

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Welcome “Iron Fist” Aniszczyk

I’d like to welcome Chris Aniszczyk to the Technology PMC. Chris is well-known throughout the community. He is a tireless champion of Eclipse Technology who seems to have his fingers in just about everything. Chris has big dreams for the … Continue reading

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Welcome Gunnar

It is with great pleasure that I welcome Gunnar Wagenknecht to the Technology Project‘s Project Management Committee (PMC). Gunnar’s name is no-doubt familiar to many of you: he is a very active member of the Eclipse Community and a prolific … Continue reading

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Accessibility and ACTF

I learned a little something about accessibility today while playing with the Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF) project’s Java Validation Componentry (Javaco). Actually, I learned a couple of things before I learned the interesting part. First, Javaco currently works on Windows. … Continue reading

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Eclipse IDE for Education

Dwight Deugo and I have been relatively quietly pounding away on a new “Eclipse IDE for Education” component in the SOC project (though I did blog about this a few posts back). The idea is to try and reduce some … Continue reading

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