Monthly Archives: January 2009

Jetty at Eclipse

The EMO just posted the Jetty Project Proposal. Jetty is a Java-based web server and implementation of the Servlet Specification and is currently hosted at The Codehaus under the Apache 2.0 license. The new project, which will fall under the … Continue reading

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Jeff McAffer discusses the EclipseCon 2009 Runtime Track

Jeff McAffer dropped by the Eclipse Foundation‘s Ottawa office on Monday to chat with me about the Runtime Track at EclipseCon 2009. You can listen to the recorded podcast on Eclipse Live. In the podcast, we chat about the agonizing … Continue reading

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EclipseCon BoF Proposals

The EclipseCon 2009 submissions system is now open for “birds of a feather” (BoF) sessions. As in past years, this year we will be giving priority first to Eclipse projects. EclipseCon is a great place to get the team together … Continue reading

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Eclipse Slideshow

I briefly mentioned some presentation software I’ve been working on on-and-off for a while a few postings back. Eclipse Slideshow has gotten to the point where others are expressing interest, so I thought it was time to make it available. … Continue reading

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Ed Merks, EclipseCon 2009, and Modeling

There are many things that I enjoy in this world. It probably goes without saying that among those topmost enjoyable things is watching my sons pick up the loose puck and make a play for the net. Somewhere close to … Continue reading

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Mobile Embedded Development Conference

FOSSLC & FOSS Factory invite you to attend a free mini-workshop about open source software development on the mobile platform, Mobile Embedded Development Conference, in Waterloo (Ontario, Canada) Wednesday February 4th, 2009 from 5:00pm to 10:00pm. Experts in their fields, … Continue reading

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Mike Squillace and Accessibility in Eclipse

In this podcast (15:21), Mike Squillace, co-Technical Lead for the ACTF project discusses his EclipseCon 2009 Main stage presentation, Eclipse for All: Doing Accessibility Right in the Framework, the Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF) project, and accessibility in Eclipse in general. … Continue reading

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