Eclipse Community Awards 2016
The Eclipse Community Awards recognize the best of the Eclipse community. Anyone can nominate individuals or projects in each category.
Voting is now closed. The winners will be announced at EclipseCon 2016, in Reston, VA on March 10.
- Top Committer - The Eclipse committer who best exemplifies support for the community through code contributions, fixing bugs, forum and mailing list posts,
conference presentations, blogs and other areas. View nominees
- Top Newcomer Evangelist - The individual who best welcomes new people into the Eclipse community through the Newcomers forum, blogging, creating resources
like demos and tutorials, participating in Eclipse groups on social media sites and IRC. View nominees
- Most Innovative Project - The open source project, hosted by the Eclipse Foundation, doing the most innovative work, introducing the most exciting new technology, or otherwise advancing the state of the art.
- Most Open Project - The open source project, hosted by the Eclipse Foundation, that best exemplifies the openness, transparency and diversity expected of great open source projects.
All the award winners will be determined by a vote of the community. Each person will
get to vote once per category from January 18, 2016 to February 8, 2016, 5:00 pm EST.
See the Past Winners of the Eclipse Community Awards.
Eclipse is a large, vibrant community of many well-deserving individuals. Therefore, to ensure
diversity of award winners, we have decided that nominees are not eligible in any category
they have already won in the previous 3 years. Nominees can also only win one category per
year. There are certainly many deserving of multiple awards, however we would like to
acknowledge others also worthy of recognition.
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- Nominations open - December 14, 2015
- Nominations close - January 15, 2016
- Voting begins - January 18, 2016
- Voting ends - February 8, 2016 at 5:00 pm ET
- Winners Announced at EclipseCon on March 10, 2016