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Note: The contents of this page refer to a past CDT summit. For information on other and possible upcoming summits visit CDT/summits
  • Tuesday, Sept 19, 2006, 9 - whenever
    • Welcome
      • Introductions - each organization to present for 5-10 minutes on who they are, what their interest is in the CDT, what they hope to get out of the conference
      • Close on Agenda with any new items from Introductions
      • Behind the Eclipse Foundation and why IP rules are so important (Bjorn)
      • Lining up with Callisto/Europa - when and why
      • General Discussion - what's good, what needs to be improved in the CDT, feedback from our customers (Everyone)
    • Lunch
    • Core
      • DOM Architecture Overview (Doug)
      • Project Model Update (Mikhail S)
    • Evening Mixer (finger foods, beverages, QNXer's)
  • Wednesday, Sept 20, 2006 - 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m
    • Core Continued
      • UI enhancements - Editor, Common Navigator (Dave D,Markus)
      • Static Analysis Views (Markus)
      • Static Analysis at IBM (Beth)
      • Off-line Indexing (Andrew F, Bala)
      • Remote Indexing (Chris R)
    • Lunch
    • Debug
      • The new Debug Service Framework (Pawel)
      • CDI feature updates for 4.0 (Mikhail K)
      • Parallel Debugger (Greg)
    • Evening Supper (off site location country style)
  • Thursday, Sept 21, 2006 - 9-12
    • Multi-Language Support
      • How I did C#, or actually how I dream of doing C# (Doug)
    • Debug
      • Nokia/Symbian Debug Work (Ken/Bala)
      • CDT Remote Launch (Ewa)
    • Build
      • Core Project Model Issues (Mikhail S)
      • Autoconf/Automake requirements gathering (Chris, Craig, Jeff)
    • Cleaning up the parking lot - any issues we didn't have time enough to talk about earlier.
    • Process Issues
      • Moving to Java 1.5
      • Managing APIs
      • How can we better manage the CDT as a software development project
    • Plotting the Future, beyond CDT 4.0.
    • Closing
  • Thursday, Sept 21, 2006 - 1 - whenever
    • Code Clinic - time to get roll up our sleeves and get into the code.

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