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Hackathon Hamburg 2013

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Eclipse Hackathon.jpg What is a Hackathon?


In this event you can join the Eclipse community to help improving Eclipse. No previous Eclipse development knowledge is required.

In this event you can learn how to help Eclipse by:

  • hacking the Eclipse source code
  • testing Eclipse
  • validating Eclipse bug reports

If you are an Eclipse user, contributor or committer, we hope this event will be a lot of fun for you. Attendees can hack away with the help of experiences Eclipse developers and can help to improve the Eclipse platform and its projects.

So, bring your laptop and be ready to see some code!


Hapag-Lloyd AG
Ballindamm 25
20095 Hamburg


Date and Time

17.01.2014 starting at 18:00 and ending approx. around 22:30.
You can arrive at any time. If you arrive after 19:00, please use entrance on Ferdinandstraße 58.


This Eclipse Demo Camp is being sponsored by:


You choose what you hack during the event. For inspiration, the following projects might be interesting.

Eclipse platform List of bugs to fix.

e4 Tools List of bugs to fix.

ECF List of bugs to fix.

UOMo List of bugs to fix.


It will be helpful if you register your user already for Gerrit contributions and make yourself familiar with the Eclipse platform. See lists of resources for futher information.


  1. Lars Vogel, vogella GmbH
  2. Markus Alexander Kuppe
  3. Philip Wenig, OpenChrom
  4. Martin Lippert

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending, please add your name and email address to the list below. We use the email to notify you in case something changes. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to the organizers.

  1. Tobias Baumann, Hapag-Lloyd AG
  2. Alfonso Muñoz-Pomer Fuentes, Thünen-Institut für Forstgenetik
  3. Matthias Mailänder, vogella GmbH
  4. Erdal Karaca
  5. Gerd Wütherich
  6. Gunnar Morling

List of resources

  1. Tutorial about Eclipse platform development
  2. How to configure your user to contribute via Gerrit
  3. Eclipse plug-in development tutorial


Wording inspired by DemoCamp 2013 Hamburg and Hackathon 2012 Vancouver

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