Working Groups to Watch in 2022


Working Groups to Watch in 2022

To kick off the new year, our newsletter brings you insight into the efforts underway in our communities, including Adoptium, Oniro, and OpenHW Group. With so much momentum across our working groups, it was difficult to limit the newsletter to just three articles. To learn more, check out what’s going on in the: Enjoy,
Shanda Giacomoni
Manager, Marketing and Communications


Adoptium Marketplace: A One-Stop Shop for Open Source Java Runtimes

Shelley Lambert and Simon Ritter provide an overview of the upcoming Adoptium Marketplace for high-quality OpenJDK binaries from a variety of vendors. 

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Oniro Working Group Building Open, Vendor Neutral OS for IoT Devices 

Amit Kucheria explains the need for the Oniro OS, the benefits of adopting it, and how to get involved in evolving this multi-kernel OS for next-gen devices. 

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OpenHW Group: An Open Source Approach to Microprocessor Design and Verification

Duncan Bees tells us how working groups members are designing, verifying, and proving industry-quality RISC-V processor designs by treating processor code as open source software.

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Committer Profile

Emily Jiang
MicroProfile and Jakarta EE Committer

Emily explains how she first got involved in open source and how her role on the Eclipse Foundation Architecture Council allows her to act as a bridge between the open source community and Eclipse Foundation policymakers.
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Community Updates

Read the Cloud Native Java eBook

Download our new ebook to learn how Jakarta EE delivers on the vision for open source, cloud native Java and why so many organizations are adopting it. Read More->


Check Out Our 2022 Newsletter Calendar

Take a look at the themes we’ll be covering in our monthly newsletter in 2022, share your feedback, and tell us about topics you’d like to see included. Read More->


Researchers: Talk to Us About Partnership

We’ve partnered with many publicly-funded research projects, and we’d like to help even more research groups create, publish, and sustain open source software platforms in 2022.  Read More ->


Showcase Your Open Source Project

There are a number of ways to share your project with the broader Eclipse Foundation community. Let other members know what you’re working on and why it matters. 
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New Projects

Eclipse ExpressLy implements Jakarta Expression Language directly as template text in documents, in annotation attributes and generally as strings in Java code. Read More ->
Eclipse Oniro Core Platform is an open-source project aimed at reducing fragmentation in the consumer and IoT device industry which is interoperable with OpenAtom Foundation's OpenHarmony project. Read More ->
Eclipse hosts components and best practices for building customizable web-based C/C++ tools. Read More ->
Eclipse Gran Sasso is a pilot project that predicts performance of cloud-native enterprise Java applications and traditional application servers using AI/ML techniques. Read More ->

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