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The Tools for Committer Community (Dash) is a proposed open source project under the Technology Project.
This proposal is in the Project Proposal Phase (as defined in the Eclipse Development Process document) and is written to declare its intent and scope. This proposal is written to solicit additional participation and input from the Eclipse community. You are invited to comment on and/or join the project. Please send all feedback to the http://www.eclipse.org/newsportal/thread.php?group=eclipse.technology newsgroup.
The Eclipse project dashboard is a good first prototype of tools that will help the committer community. Project Dash is a place where the community itself can collaborate on tools for community awareness and collaboration in support of our ultimate objective of committer quality and cooperation.
This is very much a research project proposal as we are not entirely sure what these tools will be. Obviously extensions and enhancements of the dashboard are a possibility. Or perhaps there are add-ons to Bugzilla that could help with searching for duplicates? Perhaps there are mash-ups of our wiki and the ECF project that could help with committer awareness and collaboration? We will prototype these tools in this project and if they stick, we'll roll them into production on the eclipse.org or dev.eclipse.org website.
M0 (Dec 18, 2005) Project approval and initial code drop of Eclipse Monkey
M1 (Feb 6, 2006) Second DOM; dependency meta-data; update site compatible DOMs
M2 (Mar 20, 2006) script gallery website
EclipseCon (Mar 22) DOMFest at EclipseCon (BOF for building scripts and DOMs)
M3 (May 1, 2006) resource change triggered scripts; meta-data parsing extension
M4 (Jun 12, 2006) script self testing; scripting 3.2 Command sequences
R1.0 (Jun 30, 2006) release coincident with Callisto
We propose this project should be undertaken as a sub-project within the Eclipse Technology Project.
Initial code contributions (the Eclipse Monkey scripting system) from Ward Cunningham and Bjorn Freeman-Benson.
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