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==Presented projects==
 
We met at EclipseCon Europe, Oct. 10, 2017, for the Unconference. It was a great meeting where we could have a presentation on several research projects like:
 
We met at EclipseCon Europe, Oct. 10, 2017, for the Unconference. It was a great meeting where we could have a presentation on several research projects like:
 
* APPSTACLE by Robert Hoettger (TU Dortmund)  
 
* APPSTACLE by Robert Hoettger (TU Dortmund)  
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==Open Discussion==
 
We also collect several thoughts and ideas to follow up:
 
We also collect several thoughts and ideas to follow up:
 
* Having more academics at EclipseCon
 
* Having more academics at EclipseCon

Latest revision as of 13:05, 30 October 2017

Presented projects

We met at EclipseCon Europe, Oct. 10, 2017, for the Unconference. It was a great meeting where we could have a presentation on several research projects like:

  • APPSTACLE by Robert Hoettger (TU Dortmund)
  • CROSSMINER by Boris Baldassari (Castalia Solution)
  • RobMoSys by Dennis Stampfer (Ulm University)
  • BASYS by Markus Damm (Fraunhofer)
  • Papyrus-IC by Francis Bordeleau (Cmind)
  • Capella-IC by Benoit Langlois (Thales)
  • AMASS by Gaël Blondelle (Eclipse Foundation)
  • GEMOC by Philippe Krief (Eclipse Foundation)


Open Discussion

We also collect several thoughts and ideas to follow up:

  • Having more academics at EclipseCon
  • Organizing Committer Bootcamps for Research projects
  • Write a step-by-step document explaining how to bring a Research project at Eclipse
  • Eclipse should more promote Google Summer Code
  • Create a Chatbot on Eclipse Development Process
  • Create a Video showing how to become a committer in Eclipse
  • Students can help projects / Eclipse by documenting: Videos, Tutorials, ... (We can commit something else than code)
  • Organize workshop/unconference meetings during some major events (Models, EFR (FOSDEM?), ...). Events where academics are going.

Let's try to follow up on these points until the next Research @ Eclipse meeting

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