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MicroDoc to Host Server for OSEE [message #3214] Thu, 27 March 2008 04:58 Go to next message
Ryan D. Brooks is currently offline Ryan D. BrooksFriend
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As many of you know from the OSEE BOF at EclipseCon 2008, there is a lot
of interest in collaborating on the OSEE project and it was generally
agreed that a good place to start was by getting some hands on experience
using OSEE. After some discussion, Hugo suggested that setting up a
publicly accessible database server would make this much easier for
everyone. It was a great idea, but it wasn’t clear how to get such a
server. I have great news. MicroDoc has generously offered the Eclipse
OSEE project a hosting environment for such a database. We greatly
appreciate how rapidly MicroDoc was able to offer this solution and are
excited about how this will help us move forward in collaborating on OSEE.

Regards,
Ryan


Thanks,
Ryan Brooks
Re: MicroDoc to Host Server for OSEE [message #4818 is a reply to message #3214] Wed, 09 April 2008 09:59 Go to previous message
Achim Loerke is currently offline Achim LoerkeFriend
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On Thu, 27 Mar 2008 04:58:15 +0000 (UTC), ryan.d.brooks@boeing.com
(Ryan Brooks) wrote:

>
>As many of you know from the OSEE BOF at EclipseCon 2008, there is a lot
>of interest in collaborating on the OSEE project and it was generally
>agreed that a good place to start was by getting some hands on experience
>using OSEE. After some discussion, Hugo suggested that setting up a
>publicly accessible database server would make this much easier for
>everyone. It was a great idea, but it wasn’t clear how to get such a
>server. I have great news. MicroDoc has generously offered the Eclipse
>OSEE project a hosting environment for such a database. We greatly
>appreciate how rapidly MicroDoc was able to offer this solution and are
>excited about how this will help us move forward in collaborating on OSEE.
>
>Regards,
>Ryan

Any idea when this DB will be available or how I can get a DB running
by myself? I managed to obtain the sources for OSEE from the Eclipse
repositories, but I couldn't find a way to generate the DB.


Achim
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Re: MicroDoc to Host Server for OSEE [message #568996 is a reply to message #3214] Wed, 09 April 2008 09:59 Go to previous message
Achim Loerke is currently offline Achim LoerkeFriend
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On Thu, 27 Mar 2008 04:58:15 +0000 (UTC), ryan.d.brooks@boeing.com
(Ryan Brooks) wrote:

>
>As many of you know from the OSEE BOF at EclipseCon 2008, there is a lot
>of interest in collaborating on the OSEE project and it was generally
>agreed that a good place to start was by getting some hands on experience
>using OSEE. After some discussion, Hugo suggested that setting up a
>publicly accessible database server would make this much easier for
>everyone. It was a great idea, but it wasn’t clear how to get such a
>server. I have great news. MicroDoc has generously offered the Eclipse
>OSEE project a hosting environment for such a database. We greatly
>appreciate how rapidly MicroDoc was able to offer this solution and are
>excited about how this will help us move forward in collaborating on OSEE.
>
>Regards,
>Ryan

Any idea when this DB will be available or how I can get a DB running
by myself? I managed to obtain the sources for OSEE from the Eclipse
repositories, but I couldn't find a way to generate the DB.


Achim
--
Achim Lörke

Eclipse-Stammtisch in the Braunschweig, Germany area:
http://www.bredex.de/de/career/eclipse.html


Achim Lörke

Jubula Funtional Testing Tool:http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/jubula
Eclipse-Stammtisch Braunschweig: http://www.bredex.de/de/news/eclipse.html
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