Friday, January 15, 2010

Eclipse Day India 2010

Eclipse Day India 2010

I and Prakash are organizing Eclipse Day India 2010 on Friday, April 9, 2010. Since this is the first time it is being organized in India, we are keeping the theme fairly broad and simple - Eclipse Plug-in Development. You can find the details at http://eclipseday.in.

Sponsorship
Unlike Eclipse Demo Camp last year, this will be on a slightly bigger scale and thus we need sponsors. If you wish to support the event by extending a sponsorship please do get in touch with us. This will be a great opportunity to reach a gathering of more than 100 Eclipse developers and users from around a dozen companies.

Call for Talks
The Eclipse Day India is now inviting proposals for talk. Last day to submit  your proposals is Feb 15, 2010. See the details on the event wiki.

Attendee Registration
The event is FREE. There is no cost to attend however preregistration is must due to limited seats. Registrations open Feb 1, 2010.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

I came third

This came as a complete surprise to me. Am at number three in 'Most contributed patches approved for IP Log' list.

Reproducing the list from Denis Roy's post.

Most contributed patches approved for IP Log
68 Ian Tewksbury       @ibm.com
51 Matthew Piggott     @piggot.ca
46 Ankur Sharma        @ibm.com
46 Chris Jaun          @ibm.com
44 Ian Bull            @eclipsesource.com
40 Tim Buschtoens      @eclipsesource.com
37 Pawel Pogorzelski   @ibm.com
36 Benjamin Cabé       @sierrawireless.com
31 Danny Ju            @oracle.com
29 Raksha Vasisht      @ibm.com

Am also glad for Raksha (who is part of same team as I am) that she too made it in Top Ten. We got committers right in September '09 so playing in a bigger league now. Hope to report (if not resolve) lots of bugs in 2010 :)