The Future of Open Source

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The Future of Open Source

Our November newsletter takes a look at three key areas for the future of open source. We examine how Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle is accelerating in-vehicle app development with Eclipse Velocitas. We discuss how open source can provide a sustainable ecosystem for research projects. And finally, we look at how the evolution of cybercrime has brought our focus to software supply chain security.   

Enjoy the read,
Shanda Giacomoni
Manager, Marketing & Communications


Eclipse Velocitas Is Accelerating In-Vehicle App Development

Discover the four components of Velocitas' programming model, and how these components simplify the development of vehicle applications and accelerate the onboarding of developers to new projects.
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How Research Projects Can Survive and Thrive in
Open Source

Find out what makes open source research projects successful, the benefits an open source strategy can provide, and the steps a researcher should take during the project's proposal stage.
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Making Software Supply Chain Security a New Pillar of the Eclipse Foundation

Security has been a concern in the software industry for a long time. But the landscape and interplay between those trying to secure software and those trying to steal or compromise it has changed.
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Committer Profile
 Lan Xia

Get to know Lan, a PMC member for the Eclipse Adoptium project, a committer on Eclipse AQAvit and Eclipse OpenJ9, and a test lead for IBM Runtime Technologies.
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Community Updates

Register for the 2022 JakartaOne Livestream

Make sure you reserve your spot at the JakartOne Livestream to learn about the technical benefits of Jakarta EE and related technologies on December 6. Read More->


Participate in the 2022 Cloud Developer Survey

Rank the top cloud development environments, identify roadblocks to cloud IDE adoption, and share your thoughts on where the industry is heading. Read More->


Relive EclipseCon 2022 on YouTube

If you weren’t able to join us in Ludwigsburg, 111 EclipseCon talks are now available on the Eclipse Foundation’s YouTube channel. 
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Share Your Contributions with a 2023 Webinar

As 2022 winds down, we are looking forward to a new year of webinars presented by the Eclipse community. Read More->


New eBook: Open Source Community Participation

Our ebook explores the many reasons why organizations are adopting open source software and actively participating in open source projects. Read More->

New Projects

Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE is based on Eclipse Theia, which provides all of the tools necessary for development. Read More ->
Eclipse Ambient Light Services vizualize possible new lighting concepts which are adaptive to different specific driving scenarios. Read More ->
Eclipse Ibeji provides the capability to express a digital representation of vehicle state and its capabilities through an extensible and dynamic architecture to model and access the vehicle hardware, sensors and capabilities. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

TheiaCon 2022
November 30 - December 1, 2022

JakartaOne Livestream
December 6, 2022

RISC-V Summit
December 12-15, 2022
EU Open Source Policy Summit
February 3, 2023

February 4-5, 2023

JFokus 2023
February 6-8, 2023
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