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*Can I commit code that I wrote before becoming committer?
 
*Can I commit code that I wrote before becoming committer?
 
*How do I get my Strings externalized and translated by the Community
 
*How do I get my Strings externalized and translated by the Community
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*Use Import-Package instead of Require-Bundle

Revision as of 10:49, 14 November 2008

On this page, members of the Architecture Council assemble the notes that are sent out to committers as part of the Architecture Council/Things Committers Should Know effort, designed to arm Eclipse Committers with as much information about the Eclipse Development Process as possible.

Ideas

Here are some ideas for future notices.

  • The My Foundation Portal
  • Contributing to Eclipse Corner
  • Contributing Resources
  • What is a Contribution Questionnaire?
  • What does the PMC do anyway?
  • What does the Eclipse Foundation Do?
  • Finding answers to legal questions
  • What belongs in the repository?
  • How do I contribute bundles to Orbit?
  • Aggregate your blog on planet Eclipse
  • How do I propose a new project?
  • How do I get free Eclipse Swag?
  • Getting started with CBI
  • Where I can find download statistics for my project?
  • How do I 'listen in' on Bugzilla conversations
  • How do I ensure API Compatibility in a new version
  • How do I treat dependencies to external libraries
  • How do I build a Community for my project
  • How do I encourage users to submit patches
  • How do I get useful bug reports from users
  • How do I get started with unit tests
  • How do I report a problem with Eclipse web infrastructure
  • How do I suggest an improvement to the Eclipse Foundation
  • Can I commit code that I wrote before becoming committer?
  • How do I get my Strings externalized and translated by the Community
  • Use Import-Package instead of Require-Bundle