Monthly Archives: February 2013

Nerdvana is a Data Centre

Earlier today, we started a pretty bold move from one data centre to a brand-spanking new one across the city. I say bold, because we had to take ourselves completely offline while we disconnected more than thirty bits of hardware, … Continue reading

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Rolling out the new Project Management Infrastructure

I’ll admit that a really big part of me wanted to see who would notice. Last week, I relatively quietly changed how we represent project metadata by switching parts of the Eclipse projects website and the corresponding elements in the … Continue reading

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Accepting Committers with Code

Most of the open source projects that I’m familiar with don’t tend to take significant contributions unless they come with development resources. Taking on significant new functionality can be pretty daunting for development teams that are already stretched. But how … Continue reading

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