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ECF is a set of frameworks for building communications into applications and services. It provides a lightweight, modular, transport-independent, fully-compliant implementation of the OSGi Remote Services standard.
See the ECF Wiki for examples, tutorials, other documentation, as well as plans for future releases.
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The Getting Started tag appears to be hard-linked to the Users tag.
I think of the Getting Started tag as a place where readers go who are intending to get serious about ECF. If you want to get started with ECF, you definitely start off as a user. You may become a developer, but you start off as a user. However, I think it's more appropriate for this tag to contain specific information about how to 1) download ECF and 2) do something simple with it. That's what getting started means to me. So I recommend the following.
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