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Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #194] Tue, 18 October 2005 16:26 Go to next message
Doug Gaff is currently offline Doug Gaff
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Hello all,



I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the
embedded marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for
EclipseCon 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or BOF
on embedded topics relevant to your area of expertise.



You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .



Thanks,



Doug Gaff

PMC Lead



________________________________



The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the
profile of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to try
to reach out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon 2006,
particularly as the event is being held in the San Jose area, a hot bed
for embedded hardware and software development. We're working with the
EclipseCon planning committee to elevate our presence and contributions
at this event. Specifically we're hoping to do the following:



- organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded" exhibitors
(an embedded pavillion)

- organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring content
specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer

-project presentations

-panel discussions

-BOF sessions



Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a
great list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to
the formal submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to
committers for (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive
submissions. We're also very interested in any creative ideas for
panels, especially those that show the use of Eclipse in the embedded
market. And of course, if you're interested in a particular topic for a
BOF, please let us know.
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #1371 is a reply to message #194] Fri, 28 October 2005 12:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: arto.laurila.nomail.nokia.com

Hi!

Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
EclipseCon 2006?

Br. Art

"Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hello all,
>
>
>
> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the embedded
> marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for EclipseCon
> 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or BOF on embedded
> topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>
>
>
> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
>
> Doug Gaff
>
> PMC Lead
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
>
>
> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the profile
> of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to try to reach
> out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon 2006, particularly as
> the event is being held in the San Jose area, a hot bed for embedded
> hardware and software development. We're working with the EclipseCon
> planning committee to elevate our presence and contributions at this
> event. Specifically we're hoping to do the following:
>
>
>
> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded" exhibitors
> (an embedded pavillion)
>
> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring content
> specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>
> -project presentations
>
> -panel discussions
>
> -BOF sessions
>
>
>
> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a great
> list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to the formal
> submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to committers for
> (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive submissions. We're also very
> interested in any creative ideas for panels, especially those that show
> the use of Eclipse in the embedded market. And of course, if you're
> interested in a particular topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>
>
>
>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #1408 is a reply to message #1371] Mon, 31 October 2005 19:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the overview,
goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.

I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.

I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
should do moving forward...

Dave Reich
IBM



Arto Laurila wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
> EclipseCon 2006?
>
> Br. Art
>
> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hello all,
>>
>>
>>
>>I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the embedded
>>marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for EclipseCon
>>2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or BOF on embedded
>>topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>
>>
>>
>>You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>
>>
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>
>>
>>Doug Gaff
>>
>>PMC Lead
>>
>>
>>
>>________________________________
>>
>>
>>
>>The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the profile
>>of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to try to reach
>>out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon 2006, particularly as
>>the event is being held in the San Jose area, a hot bed for embedded
>>hardware and software development. We're working with the EclipseCon
>>planning committee to elevate our presence and contributions at this
>>event. Specifically we're hoping to do the following:
>>
>>
>>
>>- organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded" exhibitors
>>(an embedded pavillion)
>>
>>- organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring content
>>specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>
>> -project presentations
>>
>> -panel discussions
>>
>> -BOF sessions
>>
>>
>>
>>Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a great
>>list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to the formal
>>submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to committers for
>>(a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive submissions. We're also very
>>interested in any creative ideas for panels, especially those that show
>>the use of Eclipse in the embedded market. And of course, if you're
>>interested in a particular topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #1413 is a reply to message #1408] Tue, 01 November 2005 01:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: seterajunk.charter.net

David,

I agree that EclipseME and MTJ are not mutually exclusive projects. For
those that may not have already seen my blog entry on this, you may want
to take a look at
http://eclipseme.org/blog/2005/09/30/eclipseme-and-the-eclip se-mobile-tools-project/.
I think there is definite value in having parallel EclipseME and MTJ
presentations at EclipseCon.

Over time, I do believe that EclipseME will most likely be mostly
covered by MTJ functionality. Depending on where MTJ goes over time,
EclipseME may eventually go away or it may become additional
functionality on top of MTJ. Some of that depends on how successful I
am in convincing the group of some of the requirements of the EclipseME
team. Only time will tell.

In terms of my involvement in the project, I've had a few conversations
with Mika. Because EclipseME is a hobby project for me, I need to be
careful about how much I commit to MTJ. I do not want to sign up to
implement a chunk of functionality that I cannot fulfill on time and
with good quality. I also want to continue to support and enhance
EclipseME for the foreseeable future. As you've seen, I'm interested
and willing to help in the definition of MTJ. In addition, I'm willing
to consider donating interesting pieces of EclipseME to the MTJ project
that I have the authority to provide. I have already provided Mika and
his team with an inventory of the EclipseME code that I would consider
providing to MTJ. Finally, there may be cases where I would consider
working directly on MTJ implementation, especially if it is
functionality that has direct crossover to EclipseME.

It should be noted that I'm speaking only for myself and for the
portions of EclipseME that I own the copyright. The other members of
the EclipseME team are free to be as involved or uninvolved as they see fit.

Hope this helps clarify my situation.
Craig

David Reich wrote:
> I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the overview,
> goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.
>
> I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
> not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
> any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
> Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.
>
> I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
> assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
> gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
> should do moving forward...
>
> Dave Reich
> IBM
>
>
>
> Arto Laurila wrote:
>
>> Hi!
>>
>> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
>> EclipseCon 2006?
>>
>> Br. Art
>>
>> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
>> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the
>>> embedded marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for
>>> EclipseCon 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or
>>> BOF on embedded topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Doug Gaff
>>>
>>> PMC Lead
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the
>>> profile of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to
>>> try to reach out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon
>>> 2006, particularly as the event is being held in the San Jose area, a
>>> hot bed for embedded hardware and software development. We're working
>>> with the EclipseCon planning committee to elevate our presence and
>>> contributions at this event. Specifically we're hoping to do the
>>> following:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded"
>>> exhibitors (an embedded pavillion)
>>>
>>> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring
>>> content specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>>
>>> -project presentations
>>>
>>> -panel discussions
>>>
>>> -BOF sessions
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a
>>> great list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to
>>> the formal submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to
>>> committers for (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive
>>> submissions. We're also very interested in any creative ideas for
>>> panels, especially those that show the use of Eclipse in the embedded
>>> market. And of course, if you're interested in a particular topic for
>>> a BOF, please let us know.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #1430 is a reply to message #1413] Tue, 01 November 2005 16:25 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
I think we're in agreement on this, and I was not thinking about putting
any unrealistic expectations on you <grin>.

We should discuss this at the first call, for which I'll be posting the
number shortly.

Dave


Craig Setera wrote:
> David,
>
> I agree that EclipseME and MTJ are not mutually exclusive projects. For
> those that may not have already seen my blog entry on this, you may want
> to take a look at
> http://eclipseme.org/blog/2005/09/30/eclipseme-and-the-eclip se-mobile-tools-project/.
> I think there is definite value in having parallel EclipseME and MTJ
> presentations at EclipseCon.
>
> Over time, I do believe that EclipseME will most likely be mostly
> covered by MTJ functionality. Depending on where MTJ goes over time,
> EclipseME may eventually go away or it may become additional
> functionality on top of MTJ. Some of that depends on how successful I
> am in convincing the group of some of the requirements of the EclipseME
> team. Only time will tell.
>
> In terms of my involvement in the project, I've had a few conversations
> with Mika. Because EclipseME is a hobby project for me, I need to be
> careful about how much I commit to MTJ. I do not want to sign up to
> implement a chunk of functionality that I cannot fulfill on time and
> with good quality. I also want to continue to support and enhance
> EclipseME for the foreseeable future. As you've seen, I'm interested
> and willing to help in the definition of MTJ. In addition, I'm willing
> to consider donating interesting pieces of EclipseME to the MTJ project
> that I have the authority to provide. I have already provided Mika and
> his team with an inventory of the EclipseME code that I would consider
> providing to MTJ. Finally, there may be cases where I would consider
> working directly on MTJ implementation, especially if it is
> functionality that has direct crossover to EclipseME.
>
> It should be noted that I'm speaking only for myself and for the
> portions of EclipseME that I own the copyright. The other members of
> the EclipseME team are free to be as involved or uninvolved as they see
> fit.
>
> Hope this helps clarify my situation.
> Craig
>
> David Reich wrote:
>
>> I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the
>> overview, goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.
>>
>> I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
>> not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
>> any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
>> Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.
>>
>> I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
>> assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
>> gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
>> should do moving forward...
>>
>> Dave Reich
>> IBM
>>
>>
>>
>> Arto Laurila wrote:
>>
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
>>> EclipseCon 2006?
>>>
>>> Br. Art
>>>
>>> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
>>> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>>
>>>> Hello all,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the
>>>> embedded marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching
>>>> for EclipseCon 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial,
>>>> or BOF on embedded topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>>> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Doug Gaff
>>>>
>>>> PMC Lead
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ________________________________
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the
>>>> profile of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to
>>>> try to reach out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon
>>>> 2006, particularly as the event is being held in the San Jose area,
>>>> a hot bed for embedded hardware and software development. We're
>>>> working with the EclipseCon planning committee to elevate our
>>>> presence and contributions at this event. Specifically we're hoping
>>>> to do the following:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded"
>>>> exhibitors (an embedded pavillion)
>>>>
>>>> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring
>>>> content specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>>>
>>>> -project presentations
>>>>
>>>> -panel discussions
>>>>
>>>> -BOF sessions
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a
>>>> great list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it
>>>> to the formal submission process. This year we'd like to reach out
>>>> to committers for (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive
>>>> submissions. We're also very interested in any creative ideas for
>>>> panels, especially those that show the use of Eclipse in the
>>>> embedded market. And of course, if you're interested in a particular
>>>> topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #560999 is a reply to message #194] Fri, 28 October 2005 12:10 Go to previous message
Arto Laurila is currently offline Arto Laurila
Messages: 32
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi!

Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
EclipseCon 2006?

Br. Art

"Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
> Hello all,
>
>
>
> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the embedded
> marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for EclipseCon
> 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or BOF on embedded
> topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>
>
>
> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
>
> Doug Gaff
>
> PMC Lead
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
>
>
> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the profile
> of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to try to reach
> out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon 2006, particularly as
> the event is being held in the San Jose area, a hot bed for embedded
> hardware and software development. We're working with the EclipseCon
> planning committee to elevate our presence and contributions at this
> event. Specifically we're hoping to do the following:
>
>
>
> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded" exhibitors
> (an embedded pavillion)
>
> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring content
> specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>
> -project presentations
>
> -panel discussions
>
> -BOF sessions
>
>
>
> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a great
> list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to the formal
> submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to committers for
> (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive submissions. We're also very
> interested in any creative ideas for panels, especially those that show
> the use of Eclipse in the embedded market. And of course, if you're
> interested in a particular topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>
>
>
>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #561101 is a reply to message #1371] Mon, 31 October 2005 19:09 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the overview,
goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.

I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.

I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
should do moving forward...

Dave Reich
IBM



Arto Laurila wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
> EclipseCon 2006?
>
> Br. Art
>
> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>
>>Hello all,
>>
>>
>>
>>I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the embedded
>>marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for EclipseCon
>>2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or BOF on embedded
>>topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>
>>
>>
>>You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>
>>
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>
>>
>>Doug Gaff
>>
>>PMC Lead
>>
>>
>>
>>________________________________
>>
>>
>>
>>The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the profile
>>of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to try to reach
>>out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon 2006, particularly as
>>the event is being held in the San Jose area, a hot bed for embedded
>>hardware and software development. We're working with the EclipseCon
>>planning committee to elevate our presence and contributions at this
>>event. Specifically we're hoping to do the following:
>>
>>
>>
>>- organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded" exhibitors
>>(an embedded pavillion)
>>
>>- organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring content
>>specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>
>> -project presentations
>>
>> -panel discussions
>>
>> -BOF sessions
>>
>>
>>
>>Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a great
>>list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to the formal
>>submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to committers for
>>(a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive submissions. We're also very
>>interested in any creative ideas for panels, especially those that show
>>the use of Eclipse in the embedded market. And of course, if you're
>>interested in a particular topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #561117 is a reply to message #1408] Tue, 01 November 2005 01:33 Go to previous message
Craig Setera is currently offline Craig Setera
Messages: 54
Registered: July 2009
Member
David,

I agree that EclipseME and MTJ are not mutually exclusive projects. For
those that may not have already seen my blog entry on this, you may want
to take a look at
http://eclipseme.org/blog/2005/09/30/eclipseme-and-the-eclip se-mobile-tools-project/
I think there is definite value in having parallel EclipseME and MTJ
presentations at EclipseCon.

Over time, I do believe that EclipseME will most likely be mostly
covered by MTJ functionality. Depending on where MTJ goes over time,
EclipseME may eventually go away or it may become additional
functionality on top of MTJ. Some of that depends on how successful I
am in convincing the group of some of the requirements of the EclipseME
team. Only time will tell.

In terms of my involvement in the project, I've had a few conversations
with Mika. Because EclipseME is a hobby project for me, I need to be
careful about how much I commit to MTJ. I do not want to sign up to
implement a chunk of functionality that I cannot fulfill on time and
with good quality. I also want to continue to support and enhance
EclipseME for the foreseeable future. As you've seen, I'm interested
and willing to help in the definition of MTJ. In addition, I'm willing
to consider donating interesting pieces of EclipseME to the MTJ project
that I have the authority to provide. I have already provided Mika and
his team with an inventory of the EclipseME code that I would consider
providing to MTJ. Finally, there may be cases where I would consider
working directly on MTJ implementation, especially if it is
functionality that has direct crossover to EclipseME.

It should be noted that I'm speaking only for myself and for the
portions of EclipseME that I own the copyright. The other members of
the EclipseME team are free to be as involved or uninvolved as they see fit.

Hope this helps clarify my situation.
Craig

David Reich wrote:
> I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the overview,
> goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.
>
> I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
> not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
> any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
> Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.
>
> I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
> assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
> gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
> should do moving forward...
>
> Dave Reich
> IBM
>
>
>
> Arto Laurila wrote:
>
>> Hi!
>>
>> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
>> EclipseCon 2006?
>>
>> Br. Art
>>
>> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
>> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the
>>> embedded marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching for
>>> EclipseCon 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial, or
>>> BOF on embedded topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Doug Gaff
>>>
>>> PMC Lead
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ________________________________
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the
>>> profile of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to
>>> try to reach out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon
>>> 2006, particularly as the event is being held in the San Jose area, a
>>> hot bed for embedded hardware and software development. We're working
>>> with the EclipseCon planning committee to elevate our presence and
>>> contributions at this event. Specifically we're hoping to do the
>>> following:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded"
>>> exhibitors (an embedded pavillion)
>>>
>>> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring
>>> content specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>>
>>> -project presentations
>>>
>>> -panel discussions
>>>
>>> -BOF sessions
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a
>>> great list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it to
>>> the formal submission process. This year we'd like to reach out to
>>> committers for (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive
>>> submissions. We're also very interested in any creative ideas for
>>> panels, especially those that show the use of Eclipse in the embedded
>>> market. And of course, if you're interested in a particular topic for
>>> a BOF, please let us know.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
Re: Embedded Track at EclipseCon 2006! [message #561187 is a reply to message #1413] Tue, 01 November 2005 16:25 Go to previous message
No real name is currently offline No real name
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
Member
I think we're in agreement on this, and I was not thinking about putting
any unrealistic expectations on you <grin>.

We should discuss this at the first call, for which I'll be posting the
number shortly.

Dave


Craig Setera wrote:
> David,
>
> I agree that EclipseME and MTJ are not mutually exclusive projects. For
> those that may not have already seen my blog entry on this, you may want
> to take a look at
> http://eclipseme.org/blog/2005/09/30/eclipseme-and-the-eclip se-mobile-tools-project/
> I think there is definite value in having parallel EclipseME and MTJ
> presentations at EclipseCon.
>
> Over time, I do believe that EclipseME will most likely be mostly
> covered by MTJ functionality. Depending on where MTJ goes over time,
> EclipseME may eventually go away or it may become additional
> functionality on top of MTJ. Some of that depends on how successful I
> am in convincing the group of some of the requirements of the EclipseME
> team. Only time will tell.
>
> In terms of my involvement in the project, I've had a few conversations
> with Mika. Because EclipseME is a hobby project for me, I need to be
> careful about how much I commit to MTJ. I do not want to sign up to
> implement a chunk of functionality that I cannot fulfill on time and
> with good quality. I also want to continue to support and enhance
> EclipseME for the foreseeable future. As you've seen, I'm interested
> and willing to help in the definition of MTJ. In addition, I'm willing
> to consider donating interesting pieces of EclipseME to the MTJ project
> that I have the authority to provide. I have already provided Mika and
> his team with an inventory of the EclipseME code that I would consider
> providing to MTJ. Finally, there may be cases where I would consider
> working directly on MTJ implementation, especially if it is
> functionality that has direct crossover to EclipseME.
>
> It should be noted that I'm speaking only for myself and for the
> portions of EclipseME that I own the copyright. The other members of
> the EclipseME team are free to be as involved or uninvolved as they see
> fit.
>
> Hope this helps clarify my situation.
> Craig
>
> David Reich wrote:
>
>> I'm planning on submitting an MTJ presentation to present the
>> overview, goals, motivation, status and current plan for MTJ.
>>
>> I know Craig is planning to do an EclipseME session. While these are
>> not mutually exclusive projects (EclipseME and MTJ), we have not done
>> any appreciable exploration in how/if the could come together, or if
>> Craig is willing to contribute/donate to MTJ.
>>
>> I suggest that I submit the MTJ session, and Craig the EclipseME, and
>> assuming they both get accepted, this can be sed to educate as well as
>> gauge interest in this work, and get feedback on what people think we
>> should do moving forward...
>>
>> Dave Reich
>> IBM
>>
>>
>>
>> Arto Laurila wrote:
>>
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> Does anybody have any proposals that what we should present in the
>>> EclipseCon 2006?
>>>
>>> Br. Art
>>>
>>> "Doug Gaff" <doug.gaff@windriver.com> wrote in message
>>> news:dj37o0$e6u$1@news.eclipse.org...
>>>
>>>> Hello all,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I'm forwarding this from the cdt-dev mail alias. It is from the
>>>> embedded marketing workgroup. The deadlines are fast approaching
>>>> for EclipseCon 2006, so please consider proposing a talk, tutorial,
>>>> or BOF on embedded topics relevant to your area of expertise.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> You can find more information on keynotes, deadlines, and current
>>>> submissions at www.eclipsecon.org <http://www.eclipsecon.org/> .
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Doug Gaff
>>>>
>>>> PMC Lead
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ________________________________
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> The embedded marketing working group is always trying to raise the
>>>> profile of Eclipse in the embedded market. To that end, we'd like to
>>>> try to reach out to more embedded market attendees at EclipseCon
>>>> 2006, particularly as the event is being held in the San Jose area,
>>>> a hot bed for embedded hardware and software development. We're
>>>> working with the EclipseCon planning committee to elevate our
>>>> presence and contributions at this event. Specifically we're hoping
>>>> to do the following:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> - organize a dedicated part of the show floor for "embedded"
>>>> exhibitors (an embedded pavillion)
>>>>
>>>> - organize a "virtual track" on the conference agenda, featuring
>>>> content specific to the cares and concerns of the embedded developer
>>>>
>>>> -project presentations
>>>>
>>>> -panel discussions
>>>>
>>>> -BOF sessions
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Last year, we didn't formalize our contributions and while we had a
>>>> great list of suggested talks, we don't think many of them made it
>>>> to the formal submission process. This year we'd like to reach out
>>>> to committers for (a) content ideas and (b) volunteers to drive
>>>> submissions. We're also very interested in any creative ideas for
>>>> panels, especially those that show the use of Eclipse in the
>>>> embedded market. And of course, if you're interested in a particular
>>>> topic for a BOF, please let us know.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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