The highlight of the year for the Eclipse community – the largest simultaneous release in their history has arrived. We give you the highlights
That time of year has come round again – time for another Eclipse Community Survey, with some very interesting findings
The Eclipse Foundation has received a prestigious honour, the Software System Award, from the Association for Computing Machinery to put it amongst the pantheon of greats
The names of those elected to the Eclipse Foundation’s Board of Directors have been revealed.
A dose of UI improvements for Eclipse’s release train Juno, set to arrive in June. We’re on the home straight now.
Google let automated WindowTester GUI tester into the wild, in conjunction with the Eclipse Foundation.
You can now cast your vote to elect the next board members representing Eclipse committers and the Sustaining Members (Solutions Members and Enterprise Members)
The Open Source Initiative announces affiliate program as they reform into a member-based organisation
We now know the identity of next year’s release but how is Juno fairing?
The first milestone as a top-level project for the continuous integration server is a big one with over 50 new features
Eclipse 4 becomes base platform, the Github move and much much more in store
The gap between CVS and Git is now only 1%!
Landmark partnership could usher in new era of interconnectivity
Cross-platform functional GUI and regression testing tool adds support for apps based on Eclipse 3.6.