Monthly Archives: May 2011

What’s in an IP Log Scan?

For the past week, most of my time has been spent neck-deep in IP Logs. Eclipse projects are required to submit their IP Log for review prior to any release. With Eclipse Indigo due to release in just under a … Continue reading

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The Eclipse Project Model

I have started capturing the “Eclipse Project Model” using EMF and Ecore Tools. EMF captures the actual model and Ecore Tools provides a cool visual. I’ve only just started on it, so there’s obviously some holes. It’s worth noting that … Continue reading

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The Eclipse Hudson Proposal

This post is a reworked version of a response that I posted on the eclipse.proposals forum. I cannot recall any project proposal garnering so much discussion and stirring as much emotion as the recent proposal to move Hudson to Eclipse. … Continue reading

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Eclipse Development Process 2011

I’ve been working on some updates to the Eclipse Development Process (EDP) that we’ll roll out in August 2011. The main driver behind these changes is some planned changes in the Eclipse Bylaws. The Bylaw change that will most affect … Continue reading

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Heavyweight Processes

“Is something wrong?”, she said Well of course there is, “you’re still alive,” she said Oh, and do I deserve to be? Is that the question? And if so, if so, who answers, who answers? – Pearl Jam, Alive I … Continue reading

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Google IO Day One: Tablets, Orion, and Jane’s Addiction

I’m at Google IO this week. The big highlight for me today was the relatively short set played by Jane’s Addiction during the after hours party. Truth-be-told, I am also pretty stoked about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet that … Continue reading

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Community Doesn’t Come for Free

At Eclipse, we talk a lot about community. Developing a community is an important part of being an open source project. It is from a community of users, adopters, and contributors that a project draws strength and longevity. Without a … Continue reading

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