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This code sprint is open to all comers. It is also open to all skill levels. If you're a veteran, hack the code with fellow committers on your project of choice. If you're new, take on some easy bugs or an interesting project as a way to learn.
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==Who should attend==
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This code sprint is open to all comers. It is also open to all skill levels.  
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* If you're a veteran, hack the code with fellow committers on your project of choice.  
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* If you're new, take on some easy bugs or an interesting project as a way to learn.
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The [http://wiki.eclipse.org/CBI CBI], Git, Gerrit, Hudson, and other infrastructure have made it easier than ever to get involved with an Eclipse Project.
  
  

Revision as of 17:13, 12 November 2012

Who should attend

This code sprint is open to all comers. It is also open to all skill levels.

  • If you're a veteran, hack the code with fellow committers on your project of choice.
  • If you're new, take on some easy bugs or an interesting project as a way to learn.

The CBI, Git, Gerrit, Hudson, and other infrastructure have made it easier than ever to get involved with an Eclipse Project.


Coordinates

  • March 23rd and 24th, 2012
  • 10:00 to 17:00
  • Location TBA


Attendees

(sign up here: name, org., projects you are interested in)

  1. Andrew Ross, Eclipse Foundation, Tycho, uDig, VersionChecker

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