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* If you're new, take on some easy bugs or an interesting project as a way to learn.
 
* If you're new, take on some easy bugs or an interesting project as a way to learn.
  
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.
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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. People from Eclipse working groups such as Polarsys, LocationTech, Automotive, M2M, and are highly encouraged to participate.
  
 
==Coordinates==
 
==Coordinates==

Revision as of 16:55, 16 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. People from Eclipse working groups such as Polarsys, LocationTech, Automotive, M2M, and are highly encouraged to participate.

Coordinates

  • March 23rd and 24th, 2012
  • 10:00 to 17:00 each day
  • Boston, Massachusetts, US (Venue TBA - likely the Seaport World Trade Center, same as EclipseCon)

Attendees

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

  1. Andrew Ross, Eclipse Foundation, Tycho, uDig, VersionChecker
  2. Ken Walker, IBM Canada, Orion, Orion as Eclipse.org editor
  3. Simon Kaegi, IBM Canada, Orion, Cloud storage integration with Orion
  4. Thanh Ha, Eclipse Foundation, Tycho, VersionChecker

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