Die Eclipse Foundation teilt die Verfügbarkeit des jährlichen integrierten Releases („Release Train“) mit. Wie auch schon in den vergangenen Jahren hat die Open Source Community auch 2013 wieder sein Hauptrelease pünktlich zum Ende Juni verfügbar machen können.
The Eclipse Foundation is going to start allowing its projects to host their mainline development on third party forges such as GitHub, and (eventually) Bitbucket.
In this issue of the newsletter, you will find articles that highlight key projects from the Kepler Release, including Stardust 1.0, Orion, and the top 10 highlights for this year's release.
Next weeks' DemoCamps include Frankfurt am Main and Vancouver on June 25, Toronto and Walldorf on June 26, Zurich on June 27, and Vienna on June 28.
In this month's newsletter we feature tutorials that will help you understand the basics of the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), and show you how get started with the EMF Client Platform and the EMFStore.
Eclipse Testing Day is scheduled for September 25, in Darmstadt, Germany. The call for papers and sponsors has started! Click here to submit a proposal or become a sponsor.
The Eclipse member companies are pleased to announce the Spring 2013 Training Series. These training classes are an excellent opportunity for software developers and architects to learn more about Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), Eclipse4 RCP, Eclipse BIRT, Building OSGI/RCP applications with Maven/Tycho and Modeling Technologies.