The Eclipse Foundation is home to the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and hundreds of open source projects, including runtimes, tools, specifications, and frameworks for cloud and edge applications, IoT, AI, automotive, systems engineering, open processor designs, and many others.
Whether you intend on contributing to Eclipse technologies that are important to your product strategy, or simply want to explore a specific innovation area with like-minded organizations, the Eclipse Foundation is the open source home for industry collaboration.
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According to its charter, the working group establishes and drives funding, oversees the release plan, coordinates the simultaneous releases, helps to grow and evolve the ecosystem and Eclipse Marketplace, and provides governance for related open source projects.
By providing governance, guiding, and funding, the structure is meant to “ensure the continued evolution, adoption, and sustainability of the Eclipse IDE suite of products, related technologies, and ecosystem.”
The Eclipse 2021-03 release train has reached the station with version 4.19 of the Eclipse IDE in tow, which fits the development environment with a whole bunch of code clean-up options and helpers to get going with Java 16.