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Hackathon

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What is a Hackathon?

In this event you can meet with other interested developers to improve Eclipse projects. We expect you to know how to develop in Java. No previous Eclipse development knowledge is required but of course it is helpful if you know already about Eclipse development. We do Eclipse Hamburg Hackathons on a regular basis.

In this event we basically sit together can you can ask questions, see how other people work on Eclipse and find areas where you may want to contribute to Eclipse to improve your favorite framework or IDE feature.

This is what we will do:

  • work on the Eclipse source code
  • test new features in the Eclipse IDE
  • validate or open new Eclipse bug reports
  • test the OpenReq Plugin for a prioritized and personalized list of bugs


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!

Location

Universität Hamburg
Vogt-Kölln-Straße 30
22527 Hamburg
Room D-220


Date and Time

03.09.2019, 10:00 - open end

Sponsorship

This Hackathon is being sponsored by:


Setup

Download the latest I-Build from https://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/ Install at least the Git tooling into it via Help-> Install New Software ... from ttp://download.eclipse.org/releases/latest

Projects

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

Preparation

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.

Organisers

  1. Jennifer Nerlich, vogella GmbH
  2. Lars Vogel, vogella GmbH

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. Jennifer Nerlich, vogella GmbH
  2. Lars Vogel, vogella GmbH
  3. Frank Gasdorf +1 colleague , uDig
  4. Philip Wenig, OpenChrom
  5. Conrad Groth
    1. Bug 532273 - DataBinding Race condition between Binding.doUpdate and Observable.dispose with multiple realms
      1. [1]
    2. Bug 546333 - Win32 test_disposeItemNotTriggerSelection JUnit test failing. This one was recommended to me by the Bug Prioritizer.
      1. [2]
    3. Bug 444560 - Win32 Support background color for scrollbars
  6. Christoph Stanik, HITeC e.V.
  7. Fabian Pfaff, vogella GmbH
  8. Jonas Hungershausen, vogella GmbH
  9. Stefan Nöbauer, KGU-Consulting GmbH
    1. Bug 440030 - ModelAssembler always merges elements even when fragment apply policy is "notexists"
    2. Bug 550659 - Extendable Footer actions for the Dialog(Opal)
    3. Bug 550676 - the Checkbox button should also be possible on the MessageArea
  10. Abderrahim Kassid, Udig

List of resources

  1. Free edition of contributing to Eclipse book from Lars Vogel: You may start at chapter "II. Preparing code contributions to Eclipse platform"
  2. Tutorial about Eclipse platform development
  3. How to configure your user to contribute via Gerrit
  4. Eclipse plug-in development tutorial

Email distribution list to get info

We announce the next dates always on the Eclipse Hackathon mailing list. Use the following link to register for it: Eclipse Hackathon email distribution list

Credits

Wording inspired by DemoCamp 2013 Hamburg and Vancouver Hackathon 2012 Vancouver

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