EclipseCon 2008 is fast approaching and is open for submissions (and I try to follow monkey see, monkey do).
I have the privilege of leading the Committer and Contributor category (old school term: track).
The goal of this category is to enable new and experienced Eclipse committers and contributors to work effectively with and for the Eclipse community.
Tell us about your peer and community interactions or your successes and failures with ecosystem building.
Do you have insights and experiences on how to work in the open, or how to foster or be a successful contributor or committer? Please don't limit yourself just Eclipse experiences. Other communities experiences can be very relevant.
If you are an expert on the Eclipse foundation and its governance model, licensing or the Eclipse IP process, share with the rest of us.
The Eclipse development process...a whole world unto itself ready for you to help us explore.
How did you start your Eclipse project, foster its growth and sustain its maintenance?
Ensure to check out the other categories as well and contribute, contribute, contribute :-)
Don't forget the other conferences that are coming up:
If you are in the neighborhood and have 380 Euros ensure to check it out.
Eclipse committers get 25% discount. Talk to Ian Skerritt about the details.
- western states
- catalyst challenge
- tourist run