Our industry collaborations offer a proven, flexible, and scalable "foundation-as-a-service" model which allows developer communities and companies to focus on what they want to achieve, not on worrying how to get it done.
We spoke to a few members of our community about how they got involved with the Eclipse Foundation, their favourite memories, and what has them excited about the foundation's future.
The Eclipse Foundation Showcases Successful Open Source Industry Collaborations for 2023; Looks Ahead to Additional Growth in 2024
During 2023, the Eclipse Foundation saw significant growth in membership and participation within its open source Java, IoT, Software Defined Vehicle, Dataspaces, and Developer Tool ecosystems.
This Eclipse uProtocol project has gained substantial contribution activity since it has been initially published by GM in the second half of 2023.
The openPASS working group has created 11 video tutorials on how to use the simulation software openPASS.
These amendments reflect our dedication to transparency, compliance, and user protection. We encourage all users to familiarise themselves with the revised documents.
Find out what's new in the latest Eclipse Theia community release.
We are happy to announce the Eclipse Theia 1.46 release! The release contains 69 merged pull requests and we welcome four new contributors.
How should you pick a protocol for your next IoT project? This article, the third and final one in a series, provides you with a few useful pointers.
HARMAN Joins Eclipse SDV Working Group — Paving The Path Forward For The Future of Automotive Software
To shape the industry-wide effort to build a vendor-agnostic, open source ecosystem focused on creating the foundation for a new era in automotive, HARMAN today announced it has joined the Eclipse
The SDV Working Group is pleased to release a new Vision Paper investigating the current state and future potential of open source software (OSS) in the industry
A few years ago, Microsoft acquired Express Logic, who’s key product was the ThreadX operating system. Fast forward to today, and Microsoft has released that operating system to the open-source community.
The Eclipse Foundation collaborated with OpenLogic by Perforce to produce this year’s report, which contains data collected from a global survey of more than 2,000 open source users (including many Eclipse Foundation members) working in various industries.
Eclipse Oniro is an open source project established through a collaboration between the Eclipse Foundation and the OpenAtom Foundation. Oniro builds upon OpenHarmony, an operating system known for its versatility across a wide range of smart devices.
We’re thrilled to share that the Eclipse Foundation has signed a collaboration agreement with the OpenAtom Foundation, China’s first open source foundation. Together, we will be driving the development of Oniro, an open source project that builds upon the versatile OpenHarmony operating system. Our aim is to create a modular and globally compatible operating system platform and ecosystem, catering to a wide spectrum of smart devices.
Cheers to two decades of innovation, collaboration, and community. Watch our new video and join us in celebrating our community's journey by looking back at a few of the big moments and milestones from our first 20 years.
Eclipse Ditto released version 3.5.0, read all about included features and changes in the linked blogpost.
Created to foster collaboration and innovation, Open VSX offers developers a space to share, discover, and contribute to a growing repository of extensions.
Leading into the Eclipse Foundation’s twentieth anniversary, we’ve done some reflecting on what has helped our organisation continue to grow over the last two decades. A few of our values stand out: Community, Transparency, Respect, Innovation.
Christian Hort, senior vice president of automotive at T-Systems International GmbH, discusses building an open platform for use in SDVs in the second installment of Scoping Out the Software Defined Vehicle.