Monday, October 24 at EclipseCon is by the community, for the community. This year’s slate features many of the different open source communities at the Eclipse Foundation:
The Automotive Community Day is for those who are interested in what's happening in the Eclipse Automotive World.
We have a packed agenda with:
- An introduction and overview of the Automotive Working Groups
- Automotive related Eclipse Projects
- An overview about the Automotive Project Management Committee (PMC)
- And some future topics...
The sessions are intended not only for learning, but also for the community to actively engage with. Don’t miss this opportunity and share your thoughts and ideas!
Visit the Wiki page to see what's being planned.
Adoptium Community Day is an opportunity for participants and friends of the Eclipse Adoptium Working Group and technical projects to share knowledge in an open and informal setting.
The sessions we have planned include:
- An introduction to the Adoptium ecosystem, our structure and methods
- Celebrating success, recognising places for improvement, and identifying lessons learned
- Building future plans and leveraging the Foundation’s ecosystem
- Time to mingle and meet (and exchange swag!)
The sessions are designed for you to drop in on just those topics that interest you, so feel free to dip in and out throughout the day. We welcome those who are new to the project and are here to listen, and those with ideas for building on Adoptium's success.
You are invited to meet with the ecosystem of users, contributors, and committers that make, modify, and maintain the Eclipse IDE. Learn, share, and grow the community’s connectivity!
Visit our Wiki page to see what's being planned for our Community Day session.
On Community Day, Eclipse IoT will focus on project updates, a recap of the year from the perspective of the Eclipse Foundation, a discussion of current challenges, and more.
These sessions are open to anyone willing to learn about Eclipse projects related to IoT and edge computing, including Oniro.
Part of the day will be devoted to setting up the hardware used for the IoT Hacker Day activity.
This meetup is for those who are interested in what's happening in Eclipse SDK, who are looking to contribute to the project, or who would like to engage in discussions with the project committers and contributors.
Come and meet the Eclipse SDK community and share your thoughts and ideas! Visit the Wiki page to see what's being planned.
The Eclipse Theia and Eclipse Cloud DevTools Community Meetup is a great opportunity to connect, learn from each other, and share community and project updates.
The list of topics will be added soon!
We have a packed agenda centered on the Jakarta EE, MicroProfile and cloud native Java communities. If there is a set of very focused sessions you should attend on these topics, the agenda offers the one place this year to do so.
The sessions are intended not only for learning, but also for the community to actively engage with some key leaders. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Visit this page to see the full agenda.
Community Day is open to everyone. You don't need to be a member of a particular working group or project in order to participate. Register for EclipseCon 2022 to join us!