Monthly Archives: May 2009

Automated IP Log Tool

There’s a fundamental problem with the Automated IP Log Tool. Now, don’t get me wrong… there’s a lot of good stuff in there. And we’re going to keep on leveragin’ that good stuff as we move forward. But there’s a … Continue reading

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Committer Community Brainstorming

I’ve been blogging recently about some project/committer issues that I’d like to address. I’ve created a wiki page that I intend to use as a home for incubating ideas about things that my crack staff and I can focus attention … Continue reading

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Get the Band Back Together

In my many years as a consultant (prior to my start here at the Eclipse Foundation), I worked with more organizations that I can reasonably count. My feeling is that I have provided a lot of value to the groups … Continue reading

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ATF Termination Review Deferred

Today, we ran a termination/archive review for the Ajax Toolkit Framework (ATF) project. The current project committers just haven’t had time to dedicate to the project and so development has stalled. The docuware for the review is on the projects … Continue reading

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Calling all Mac/Eclipse Enthusiasts!

Attention all Mac owners! We need your help to test the now-complete Cocoa port of SWT. The SWT team has been working hard on the SWT Cocoa port and they’ve marked the plan item as completed. Current testing indicates that … Continue reading

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Talkin’ to Users

I get a lot of direct email with questions about Eclipse. Now that I’m being copied on mail sent to emo@, I’m getting a lot more. I actually enjoy these emails. It’s a great opportunity for me to learn about … Continue reading

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Wayne’s New Job

It’s been a busy last few weeks. I wrapped up the month of April with a great trip to Mainz, Germany for the Eclipse Forum Europe conference followed by a quick hop to Istanbul, Turkey for EclipsIST. Both are great … Continue reading

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