Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Art of the Git/Gerrit Commit at Eclipse

With the adoption of Git and Gerrit, and the implementation of the new Contributor License Agreements (CLA) as part of our social coding efforts, contributing to Eclipse projects has never been easier. While it is easier, there are still important … Continue reading

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The Eclipse Development Process 2014

At the beginning of October 2013, I delivered a draft of the next revision of the Eclipse Development Process to the Eclipse Architecture Council for their review and approval. The “delivery” was actually pretty uneventful as the council has been … Continue reading

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Interested Parties on Eclipse Project Proposals

What does it mean to be an interested party in an Eclipse project proposal? Interest. Really, that’s it. There is no implication beyond “I’m interested in this project and will watch its development”. It does not imply any specific intent … Continue reading

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