Monthly Archives: February 2009

Bug Day at the Bridgehead

This Friday, I’m taking a cue from Chris and Boris and am planning to spend the afternoon working at a local coffee shop. More specifically, I’ll be at the Bridgehead at 1172 Bank St. (at Grove, south of the canal) … Continue reading

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Bug Day at a Local Coffeeshop?

I’m not a coffee drinker myself, but I do have to admit that I feel a little jealous every time Chris‘ Facebook status shows that he’s working at a local hot spot… Eclipse Bug Day is coming up, this February … Continue reading

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Brian Fitzpatrick, Data Tools at EclipseCon 2009

On January 30th, I spoke with Brian Fitzpatrick (PMC Lead, Architecture and Planning Councils Representative, Architecture Council Mentor, Project Lead, and Committer) from the Data Tools Project (DTP) about the Data Tools track at EclipseCon 2009. As has become tradition, … Continue reading

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EclipseCon 2009 Eclipse Platform UI/RCP Track

Chris Aniszczyk and Boris Bokowski are two committers that the Eclipse community recognises by their first names alone. Stories of their tireless contributions to Eclipse projects and the community are legendary. These guys are giants in the community. Their names … Continue reading

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CloudFree Free?

Bug 262232 asks if the CloudFree Server Platform project should change its name. I have to admit, that I’ve never been really comfortable with the name. The purpose of this project, “an open, dynamic and extensible platform for Equinox based … Continue reading

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EclipseCon BoFs

If my math skills are up to scratch (and I’m pretty confident they are), we have 72 slots for “birds of a feather” (BoF) sessions at EclipseCon this year. Realistically, we’ll probably lose a few of those slots as we … Continue reading

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