Monthly Archives: June 2009

Review Documentation Format Changes

The Eclipse Management Organization (EMO) does a lot of reviews. We do a review when a new project is created. We do a review when a project wants to do a release. We do a move, continuation, termination reviews and … Continue reading

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Summer projects for students

Hey students! Looking for something fun to do this summer? Do you want to be part of the coolest open source project ever? If you haven’t been accepted already, you’re a little late for Google Summer of Code. However, there … Continue reading

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I love it when I see questions like this…

A couple days ago, I came across this entry in the DLTK mailing list: We are using the Python component, but we are a small startup company and don’t have the resources to work on it ourselves. We would be … Continue reading

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Finishing up the Galileo Release Reviews

I have been making my way through the results of the Great Galileo Release Review of 2009. It’s a slow-going, fairly mechanical process that eats your brain. The process has given me (if this is possible) even more respect for … Continue reading

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More reviews on June 24th: Pave, ATF, Jetty, and eRCP

On June 24th, we have several project review scheduled. First, we have a creation review for the Pave project. We have a continuation review for the Ajax Toolkit Framework (ATF) project, a graduation/release review for the Jetty Project, and a … Continue reading

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Upcoming Project Reviews: PDT and Mint

I have scheduled a supplementary review for two projects that we missed on June 10th. The PHP Development Tools (PDT) and EMFT Mint projects will hold release reviews on June 17th, 2009 at 1500 UTC. When I say “hold release … Continue reading

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Upcoming Release Review: eRCP 1.3

The intent of this project is to extend the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) to embedded devices. eRCP is largely a set of components which are subsets of RCP components. It basically enables the same application model used on desktop … Continue reading

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