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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2012 Eclipse Testing Day, 5 September 2012, Darmstadt, Germany]  
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2012 Eclipse Testing Day, 5 September 2012, Darmstadt, Germany]  
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse Day Naples, 20-21 September 2012 at the Air Force Academy in Pozzuoli]  
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_IT_2012_Day_Naples, Eclipse IT 2012, 20-21 September 2012 at the Air Force Academy in Pozzuoli]  
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Day_Delft_2012 Eclipse Day Delft, 27 September 2012]
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Day_Delft_2012 Eclipse Day Delft, 27 September 2012]
 
*Eclipse Finance Day, 16. October 2012, Zurich
 
*Eclipse Finance Day, 16. October 2012, Zurich

Revision as of 04:31, 30 June 2012

The Eclipse Foundation believes that facilitating networking and face-to-face interactions is important to growing the Eclipse community. One way the Foundation supports these interactions is by encouraging Foundation Member companies to help organize community events. One style of event is something we call an Eclipse Day - a day long event that has a published agenda focused on Eclipse technology. Another style of event are the more informal and shorter Eclipse DemoCamps.

The Eclipse Foundation has put together the following program to support and encourage the creation of Eclipse Days by our member companies. If you are interested in organizing an Eclipse Day, please contact events@eclipse.org.

Eclipse Days 2012

As the 2012 Eclipse Day schedule matures, we will list more events here.

Currently, the following events are planned:

Eclipse Day Criteria

The criteria for an Eclipse Day are:

  • At least one Eclipse member company or the Eclipse Foundation is involved in the organization of the event.
  • The Eclipse Day must be a community event open to the public, with presenters and sponsors from multiple organizations.
  • The event must be at least 1 full day.
  • The event program must demonstrate significant Eclipse content.
  • There is a public web site that lists the program and registration information.
  • Expected attendance for the event must be 50 people or more.
  • The event is focused on a certain geography or industry.

Eclipse Foundation Assistance

The Eclipse Foundation will offer this help to approved events:

  • Sponsorship funds matching those of the other participating sponsors, to a maximum of $1,500 USD. In return for the sponsorship, the Eclipse Foundation requests the access to the attendee list and e-mail addresses, plus sponsor acknowledgement during the event. (Note: we have a limited budget, so it will depend on the number of events organized.)
  • We will publish a community bulletin on the eclipse.org homepage to drive awareness of the event.
  • A listing in the monthly Eclipse Member Newsletter email
  • A listing in the online Community Events calendar
  • Wiki space, if needed, for the event's homepage

Promotional Opportunities Checklist

Text Samples

Past Eclipse Days

2010

2011

2012

For a complete list, please refer to Past Events