Monthly Archives: July 2009

e4 0.9 Release

The EMO has just approved the release of e4 0.9. There s a lot of excitement around this project and I encourage everybody to get involved. First, please read McQ’s excellent overview, then read the whitepaper. Visit the e4 site. … Continue reading

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Finding Your Way Through the Code

One of the things that you can do to make your code—and by extension your project—accessible to your adopter community is to make the code as easy to find and navigate as possible. I have some thoughts about making code … Continue reading

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New Committer Handbook

Last week I started working on the New Committer Handbook as a resource to help—curiously enough—new committers get up to speed with all those things that they need to know. It’s still very much a work in progress, but it’s … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory for the Day

So I have this new conspiracy theory. I’m not sure if I actually believe it, but I think it’s plausible. In my absence last week, I managed to accumulate more than 2,000 junk emails in my inbox. Many of … Continue reading

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Development Resources

I’ve started an effort to rework the Development Resources wiki page. Most of this effort is concerned with providing some additional prose around the existing content to make it easier for contributors and committers to make sense of the Eclipse … Continue reading

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