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Application Lifecycle Management at Eclipse

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The Eclipse Foundation has evolved a pretty impressive application lifecycle management story. Based on what I’ve observed over the years, I believe that it’s completely reasonable to say that our ALM story is one of the best in the world: the envy of hundreds of open source projects and closed source development shops around the world. I believe that our ...

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Diversity in Open Source Projects

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I’ve been talking a lot about diversity lately. There are, of course, different kinds of diversity; but when I talk about diversity, I tend to mean diversity in the organizations contributing to an open source project: multiple organizations from different parts of the industry working together. Doug tweeted recently on the topic: Why do you need diverse projects? So when ...

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Open Source Rules of Engagement

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The Eclipse Development Process (EDP) defines–in its section on principles–three open source rules of engagement: Openness, Transparency, and Meritocracy: Open – Eclipse is open to all; Eclipse provides the same opportunity to all. Everyone participates with the same rules; there are no rules to exclude any potential contributors which include, of course, direct competitors in the marketplace. Transparent – Project ...

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