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Attendees should be developers who understand how their products are built, configured, and used. Ideally, at least one developer and the person responsible for the vision of the product (e.g. Product Manager), although this could easily be the same person.
 
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Revision as of 15:38, 1 November 2010

NOTE: This site does not yet have definite information. Currently everything on this page is speculative and for planning purposes by the organizers. When dates and locations become fixed, we will make the announcements and remove this banner.

Purpose

The focus of the event is to gather companies with commercial products based on Eclipse or packages that install into Eclipse. Attendees will integrate their products and test whether they work together in harmony. The outcomes of the event, in addition to the testing, will be

  1. To create requirements for the Eclipse platform to make the task of integrating different products easier
  2. Create guidelines and best practices for future commercial adopters to follow
  3. Build a network of contacts to allow for better integration in the future, outside the boundaries of PluginFest events

Organizers

  • Eric Cloninger (Motorola) ericc@
  • Ian Skerrett (Eclipse Foundation) ian@

Location Choices

This event will probably occur somewhere in the SF Bay area. We are looking for offered space from one of the organizers/attendees or using meeting space at a hotel. We are considering several locations outside SF Bay.

  • Sunnyvale/Mountain View area
    • Staybridge Suites (101 & 237 on Mathilda)
    • Country Inns and Suites (237 & Lawrence)
    • Motorola offices
    • Google campus
  • Burlingame/SFO airport area
    • Crowne Plaza (101 & Broadway)
  • San Jose/SJC area
  • Oakland/Alameda area
  • Outside SF Bay area
    • Belize
    • Chicago (Motorola offices downtown)

Attendees

Attendees should be developers who understand how their products are built, configured, and used. Ideally, at least one developer and the person responsible for the vision of the product (e.g. Product Manager), although this could easily be the same person.

Add an entry to the table below if you are interested in attending and your choice of dates.

Name Company Product(s) tested Meal Planning Choice of date
Eric Cloninger Motorola MOTODEV Studio Omnivore Any

On-site requirements

  • Reliable internet
    • Wired
    • Wireless
    • Switches + network cables
  • A/V equipment (rented or loaned)
    • Projector + Screen (preferably capable of greater than 1024x768)
    • LED monitors (22" or greater)

Sponsorship

  • Meeting space (whether on-location or off-site)
  • A/V equipment
  • Catered Breakfast & Lunch
    • Continental breakfast
    • Sandwiches, salads, and cold cuts for lunch
  • Pizza delivery for Dinner + drinks (beer + soda) on Night 1
  • Possible group event at conclusion of Night 2

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