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Regional Eclipse Communities are groups of people located in the same geographic area, that have a keen interest in using and contributing to Eclipse. Regional communities can share ideas, discuss projects, exchange code and compare solutions. Anyone can join a community and most groups will meet in person at least once a year.
- 1 Participate
- 2 Start a Regional Community
- 3 List of Regional Communities
- 3.1 Belgium
- 3.2 Brazil
- 3.3 Bulgaria
- 3.4 Canada
- 3.5 China
- 3.6 Czech Republic
- 3.7 Denmark
- 3.8 France
- 3.9 Germany
- 3.10 Greece
- 3.11 Hungary
- 3.12 India
- 3.13 Indonesia
- 3.14 Israel
- 3.15 Italy
- 3.16 Japan
- 3.17 Jordan
- 3.18 Korea
- 3.19 Netherlands
- 3.20 Poland
- 3.21 Portugal
- 3.22 Russia
- 3.23 Spain
- 3.24 Sweden
- 3.25 Switzerland
- 3.26 Turkey
- 3.27 United Arab Emirates
- 3.28 USA
- 4 Links to Other Mailing Lists and Newsgroups
Find a local group on the community list below. Groups may connect through mailing lists, newsgroups or wikis, so see what's available for your community and introduce yourself to the group.
Start a Regional Community
If you don't see a regional community listed for your area, and you have the time and enthusiasm to dedicate to leading a group, you're welcome to start one by emailing email@example.com. Let us know what city or area you would like to coordinate. There are no set requirements to become a regional community organizer, however we would encourage organizers to commit to arranging at least one in-person meeting per year and to monitor their mailing list or newsgroup for new posts at least weekly.
- We have a Wiki Template that you can use as a guide to start organizing your group.
- If you need an Eclipse speaker for an event, contact Wayne Beaton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- At EclipseCon 2008, Tonny Madsen of the RCP Company and the eclipse.dk Society in Denmark presented some great tips on organizing a local Eclipse group.
- If you are planning an Eclipse Summit day for your area, we have some templates and tips for promoting.
List of Regional Communities
- Regional Communities/Bulgaria
- email@example.com (21 subscribers)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (26 subscribers)
- Saxony: Eclipse User Group Dresden
- North: email@example.com (15 subscribers)
- South: firstname.lastname@example.org (12 subscribers)
- Stuttgart: SIG Eclipse, Java User Group Stuttgart
- North: email@example.com (10 subscribers)
- Budapest: firstname.lastname@example.org (22 subscribers)
- Regional Communities/India
- Bangalore: Bangalore Eclipse Developers' Group
- Hyderabad: email@example.com (1 subscribers)
- Pune: Pune Eclipse Developers' Group
- firstname.lastname@example.org (74 subscribers)
- Regional Communities/Switzerland
- East (German-speaking): email@example.com (35 subscribers)
- eclipse.users.turkish Eclipse Forum
United Arab Emirates
- Bay Area: