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Get involved early by downloading pre-built versions of the incubation work before it graduates and is released.
Talk to the people using any part of Equinox
Talk to the people working on any part of Equinox
Discover the current bugs and issues in the Equinox Incubator. Note that a large amount of the activity goes on in Bugzilla. Configure your Bugzilla account email preferences to watch the firstname.lastname@example.org user to monitor bug activity.
Past content from the Equinox Incubator web site
The Equinox Incubator code repository is part of the normal Eclipse project repository and is available via web access or direct CVS access. For direct access, use anonymous login to the CVS repo
The Equinox Incubator work goes on in the
directory/module. Note that most work is done in various branches rather than HEAD. See the individual work-area home pages for details. For an understanding of how work is carried out in the incubators, check out the How to Incubate guide.