|Introducing Eclipse Plugin Central [message #34999]
||Tue, 23 May 2006 22:43
Originally posted by: donald.eclipse.org|
Last week the Eclipse Foundation announced the launch of a community
portal, called Eclipse Plugin Central (EPIC). The goal of the portal is
to help promote the many products and services that available from Eclipse
member organizations and the wider Eclipse community. We also hope that
it will be a place for users to find high quality products and plug-ins
that complement their usage of Eclipse.
EPIC was originally launched in 2004 by three Eclipse member companies:
Instantiations, Genuitec and Innoopract. These companies have
contributed the existing EPIC portal to the Eclipse Foundation and it will
now be run as part of the Eclipse Phoenix open source project.
We would like to encourage Eclipse Foundation members to become active
participants in the portal. The first step is to encourage you to list
your products on EPIC. To do so, visit http://eclipseplugincentral.com/
and add your products to the catalog. In addition, we encourage you to
send us your product related news that we can feature on the portal.
Press Release: http://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20060515epic.php
EPIC URL: http://eclipseplugincentral.com/
|Re: Introducing Eclipse Plugin Central [message #35234 is a reply to message #34999]
||Wed, 31 May 2006 10:11
| Ed Burnette
Registered: July 2009
Looks good Donald, but what's being done to bring the plug-in listing up |
to date? It currently shows only 559 plug-ins, while
eclipse-plugins.info shows 1217 (which is all the more surprising
because the latter is not really being actively maintained). Would it be
acceptable to spider eclipse-plugins.info to bring in all that content
and make EPIC the mother of all plug-in listing sites?
Donald Smith wrote:
> Last week the Eclipse Foundation announced the launch of a community
> portal, called Eclipse Plugin Central (EPIC).
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