Celebrating a Year of Projects at the Eclipse Foundation



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Celebrating a Year of New Projects at the Eclipse Foundation

As we wrap up another successful year for the Eclipse community, we cannot help but feel grateful for the journey we have embarked upon alongside our growing community. Here’s our year-end recap in numbers:

  • +450 attendees at EclipseCon
  • 34 events hosted with over 13,000 attendees collectively
  • 37 community-authored newsletter articles
  • +410 projects
  • +1900 committers
  • +350 member organisations

Happy holidays, and all the best in the new year!
 - Eclipse Foundation Team


Moving the Needle: Eclipse Foundation Security Breakthroughs in 2023

As we approach the end of 2023, it's an opportune time to reflect on our significant accomplishments in strengthening the security posture of the Eclipse Foundation and the supply chain of its projects. 


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Sparkplug 3.0 Is Now an International Standard — and 4.0 Is on the Way!

 Wes Johnson explains how the recent certification of the Sparkplug 3.0 specification as an ISO/ISE international standard greatly increases industry confidence in the quality and reliability of the technology. 

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Committer Profile
Stewart Addison

Get to know Stewart Addison, an Adoptium committer and software engineer at Red Hat.

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Community Updates


Introducing Open Code Experience

We are delighted to present to you the new main event from the Eclipse Foundation: Open Code Experience (OCX). Prepare for a unique experience that will engage the Eclipse community and all open source enthusiasts! 
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Eclipse IDE 2023-12 Is Now Available!

The latest version of Eclipse IDE, 2023-12, is now available for download, offering numerous enhancements and improvements for users to test and experience. Try it yourself! Download->


New Working Group: Eclipse Dataspace

The Eclipse Dataspace Working Group aims to foster the seamless exchange of data between companies, governments, academia, and institutions to create an ecosystem for innovation across the EU and beyond.
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Watch the SDV Hackathon Backstage Video

Get a glimpse the behind the scenes of the SDV Hackathon Challenge held at Accenture in Munich, where hackers worked together to build the car of the future using Eclipse SDV technologies. Watch Now->


Get to Know the EMO!

The EMO team is here to support the Eclipse community. Here are a few of the people that can help you be a successful open source contributor. Read More ->


New Projects

Eclipse ThreadX Eclipse ThreadX provides a vendor-neutral, open source, safety certified OS for real-time applications published on under a permissive license. Read More->

Eclipse Vhant The Eclipse Foundation Development Process (EDP) is the foundational goverance document for Eclipse projects and committers. It describes the manner in which we do open source software. Read More->

Eclipse Langium is a toolkit for domain-specific languages (DSLs) that is fully built with TypeScript. It provides a text parser with integrated cross-reference resolution and a language server for smart editor support. Read More->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

HiPEAC 2024 | 17-19 January

FOSDEM | 3-4 February

Bosch Connected World 2024 | 28-29 February
FOSS Backstage | 4-5 March

FOSS Design | 6 March

Berlin Buzzwords 2024 | 9-11 June

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