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==Builds==
 
==Builds==
  
ECF has nightly builds as well as continuous builds on checkin and release builds.  Our builder currently uses Hudson and Buckminster and is hosted at the ECF OSU OSL server.  See [https://build.ecf-project.org/hudson/ here for the Hudson dashboard and access to all builds].
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ECF has nightly builds as well as continuous builds on checkin and release builds.  Our builder currently uses Jenkins and Buckminster and is hosted at the ECF OSU OSL build server.  See [https://build.ecf-project.org/hudson/ here for the Hudson dashboard and access to all builds].
  
[[Building ECF Release 3.2]]
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Both Maven and p2 repositories are available for nightly builds [http://download.ecf-project.org/ here].
 
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*[[How to VNC to ecf2]]
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==New Stuff==
 
==New Stuff==
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[[Remote Services Admin]]
 
[[Remote Services Admin]]
 
===OSGi 4.2 Remote Services===
 
  
 
[[Asynchronous Proxies for Remote Services]]
 
[[Asynchronous Proxies for Remote Services]]
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[[Distributed EventAdmin Service]]
 
[[Distributed EventAdmin Service]]
 
[[Customizing and Extending ECF Remote Services]]
 
  
 
[[Discovery and Distribution Listeners | Listeners for ECF's OSGi Remote Services Implementation]]
 
[[Discovery and Distribution Listeners | Listeners for ECF's OSGi Remote Services Implementation]]
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[[Google_Summer_of_Code_2010 | Google Summer of Code ECF Projects for 2010]]
 
[[Google_Summer_of_Code_2010 | Google Summer of Code ECF Projects for 2010]]
 
[[Google Summer of Code ECF Projects for 2009]]
 
  
 
[[DocShare Plugin|Real-Time Shared Editing]]
 
[[DocShare Plugin|Real-Time Shared Editing]]
  
 
[[Extending Real-Time Shared Editing for Use with Other Editors]]
 
[[Extending Real-Time Shared Editing for Use with Other Editors]]
 
[[RT Shared Editing - Next Steps]] ([http://www.hantsuki.org/screencasts/ecf-team.htm current progress], subset of relevant bugs are {{bug|237471}}, {{bug|238966}}, and {{bug|239048}})
 
  
 
[[Sharing Editor Selections]]
 
[[Sharing Editor Selections]]
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[[Remote_Eclipse_RCP_Management | Remote Eclipse RCP Management]]
 
[[Remote_Eclipse_RCP_Management | Remote Eclipse RCP Management]]
 
[[Storage/Retrieval of IDs, IContainers using Equinox Secure Preferences]]
 
  
 
[[Screen Captures over IM]]
 
[[Screen Captures over IM]]
 
==ECF Adopters==
 
  
 
[[ECF/Adopters|ECF Adopters List (please add yourself if you are using ECF)]]
 
[[ECF/Adopters|ECF Adopters List (please add yourself if you are using ECF)]]
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source code formatter to use in Eclipse to easily enforce these conventions.
 
source code formatter to use in Eclipse to easily enforce these conventions.
  
==Eclipse Summit Europe 2010==
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==Presentations==
Eclipse Summit Europe was a great success for ECF. A big room full of interested and nice people.
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For your convenience, here is the presentation.
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*[[media:ESE 2010 presentationv2.pdf|ESE 2010 presentation.pdf]]
 
*[[media:ESE 2010 presentationv2.pdf|ESE 2010 presentation.pdf]]
 
And on Eclipse live:
 
 
 
*[http://vimeo.com/14247502 Fun with remote services]
 
*[http://vimeo.com/14247502 Fun with remote services]
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==EclipseCon 2009==
 
ECF was busy at EclipseCon 2009, giving a number of talks and tutorials. The photo shows Scott, Mustafa and Markus wrapping up the conference at the Hyatt Bar, which is adjacent to the Santa Clara Convention Center.
 
For your convenience, here is a short overview of ECF activities at EclipseCon 2009:
 
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=429 Cola: Real-Time Shared Editing with ECF - Striding towards the Future, Multiple Edits at a Time]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=429 Cola: Real-Time Shared Editing with ECF - Striding towards the Future, Multiple Edits at a Time]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=633 Best Practices for Distributed OSGi Services]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=633 Best Practices for Distributed OSGi Services]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=618 Distributed OSGi - the ECF way]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=618 Distributed OSGi - the ECF way]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=772 ECF BoF]
 
*[http://www.eclipsecon.org/2009/sessions?id=772 ECF BoF]
For those who couldn't make it, if the [http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23eclipsecon busyness during the conference] is to serve as an indicator, you can expect a flurry of post-con blog posts and tweets to show up, giving you an idea of what EclipseCon 2009 was like.
 
 
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==Additional Documentation==
 
==Additional Documentation==
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*[[ECF Providers|Providers]]
 
*[[ECF Providers|Providers]]
 
*[[Bot Framework]]
 
*[[Bot Framework]]
 
==Current Projects==
 
 
*[[TweetHub]]
 
*[[IPC|Inter-Process Communication]]
 
 
===Older Projects===
 
*[[Multi-User Sudoku]]
 
*[[Sharing objects over XMPP]]
 
  
 
{{ECF}}
 
{{ECF}}

Revision as of 18:48, 3 March 2011

Eclipse Communication Framework
Website
Download
Community
Mailing ListForumsIRCmattermost
Issues
OpenHelp WantedBug Day
Contribute
Browse Source • [None Project Set File]

ECF Developer Resources (CVS access, newsgroup/mailing list access, etc.)

Conference Calls

ECF has weekly conference calls to discuss current and future issues on our roadmap. Anyone is welcome to join us.

  • International: +1-416-840-9801*
  • Canada: 1-877-727-8553*
  • U.S.: 1-866-394-4146*
  • Germany: 0800 111 1193*
  • U.K.: 0800 358 3473*
  • France: 0800 94 0253*
  • Finland: 0800 114 485*
  • Sweden: 0200 125 713*
  • Participant passcode: 428 029 063#

Bucky / Hudson session on September 18, 2010, 0700 UTC/10:00am pacific time

September 18, 2010, 0700 UTC/10:00am pacific time

Next Conference Call: Monday, February 28, 2010 - 1800 UTC/10:00am pacific

February 28, 2011, 1800 UTC/10:00am pacific time

2.28.2011 Call Agenda/Notes

Google Calendar

Public and Private Chat Groups

ECF also has ongoing public and private chat groups. Please join us!

  • IRC (public): irc.freenode.net channel: #eclipse-ecf ECF URL irc://<user>@irc.freenode.net/#eclipse-ecf
  • XMPP (private): <user>@ecf.eclipse.org multi-user chat: ecf
  • ECF Generic (public): ecftcp://ecf.eclipse.org:3282/server (Runs completely on ECF software)

Project Planning

Current Project Plan

ECF 4.0 ToDo collection

Builds

ECF has nightly builds as well as continuous builds on checkin and release builds. Our builder currently uses Jenkins and Buckminster and is hosted at the ECF OSU OSL build server. See here for the Hudson dashboard and access to all builds.

Both Maven and p2 repositories are available for nightly builds here.

New Stuff

ECF Documentation Project

OSGi 4.2 Remote Services Admin

Remote Services Admin

Asynchronous Proxies for Remote Services

Getting Started with ECF's OSGi Remote Services Implementation

Using ECF Remote Services Bundles separate from the ECF SDK

Using Spring with ECF Remote Services

OSGi 4.2 Remote Services and ECF

Distributed EventAdmin Service

Listeners for ECF's OSGi Remote Services Implementation

Static File-based Discovery of Remote Service Endpoints

Network Discovery of Remote Services

REST-style Remote Services Providers

SOAP-based Remote Services Providers

Load Balancing Remote Services

OSGi Remote Services and Sync vs. Async Remote Procedure Call

ECF Container/Connection Creation and Management

Other Cool Stuff

DNS-SD based ECF wide area discovery provider (bug 310580)

Google Wave Provider work (bug 280347)

TweetHub

NNTP Protocol/Newsreader

Google Summer of Code ECF Projects for 2010

Real-Time Shared Editing

Extending Real-Time Shared Editing for Use with Other Editors

Sharing Editor Selections

ECF Filetransfer Support for NTLMv2 Proxies

Comments on the Riena Project Goals and Relationship to ECF project

Remote Eclipse RCP Management

Screen Captures over IM

ECF Adopters List (please add yourself if you are using ECF)

Coding Conventions

ECF has decided to use the Equinox Coding Conventions. Also on this page are links to java source code formatter to use in Eclipse to easily enforce these conventions.

Presentations

Additional Documentation

Eclipse Communication Framework
API
API DocumentationJavadocProviders
Development
Development GuidelinesIntegrators Guide

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