The entire Eclipse Project team would like to thank the Eclipse Foundation staff for their tireless efforts, including: Denis Roy, Matt Ward, Eric Poirier, Frederic Gurr and Mikaël Barbero for not only keeping all that infrastructure going, but also constantly improving it; Sharon Corbett for guiding us through the Eclipse legal process; Wayne Beaton for giving us process support and improved tools to simplify and manage our development process; Thabang Mashologu and Christie Witt for help with marketing the release and providing Logos and artwork; and Mike Milinkovich for running the whole show.
We would also like to thank the users and adopters who support our efforts, through a range of activities, including early testing, being a Friend of Eclipse, contracting special work, or outright employment.
A special thanks goes to Holger Voormann for his Eclipse IDE promotion videos.
The Platform team would like to thank everyone who has helped us to improve the quality by testing and reporting bugs and enhancement requests. And a special thanks to other Eclipse projects we prereq: EMF and ECF who also provide timely updates so that we can be ontime. Special thanks to the following list of people, in alphabetical order, who contributed code to the project: Alexander Fedorov, Alexander Kurtakov, Alexandr Miloslavskiy, Alex Blewitt, Amit Mendapara, Andreas Holtz, Andrew Obuchowicz, Andrey Loskutov, Ardit Ymeri, Ari Kast, Carsten Hammer, Christian Mathis, Christoph Läubrich, Dani Megert, Dirk Fauth, Ed Merks, Guillermo Zunino, Jay Arthanareeswaran, Jens Lidestrom, John Taylor, Jonah Graham, Julian Honnen, Kalyan Prasad Tatavarthi, Karsten Thoms, Kenneth Styrberg, Lakshmi Shanmugam, Lars Vogel, Marcus Hoepfner, Mat Booth, Matthias Becker, Mickael Istria, Mikaël Barbero, Mike Marchand, Nikita Nemkin, Niraj Modi, Noopur Gupta, Olivier Prouvost, Paul D'Pong, Paul Pazderski, Phil Beauvoir, Pierre-Yves Bigourdan, Roland Grunberg, Rolf Theunissen, Sarika Sinha, Sebastian Ratz, Simeon Andreev, Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti, Stephan Wahlbrink, Thomas Singer, Thomas Watson, Thomas Wolf, Vikas Chandra and Wim Jongman. We would also like to acknowledge Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti for all the build and releng support.We also thank the other Eclipse projects that make up a part of the infrastructure we depend on: Tycho, EGit, EMF, ECF for providing fixes and steady improvements.
The JDT team would like to thank everyone who filed good enhancement requests, helped us improve quality by testing and filing good bug reports, and provided answers on JDT forums/newsgroups. Special thanks to the following list of people, in alphabetical order, who contributed code to the project: Alexander Kurtakov, Alex Blewitt, Andrew Obuchowicz, Andrey Loskutov, Carsten Hammer, Ed Merks, Eric Milles, Fabrice Tiercelin, Gautier de Saint Martin Lacaze, Gayan Perera, Gunnar Wagenknecht, Jay Arthanareeswaran, Jeff Johnston, Jeremy Kuhn, Johan Compagern, Julian Honnen, Kalyan Prasad Tatavarthi, Kenneth Styrberg, Lars Vogel, Manoj Palat, Mateusz Matela, Mickael Istria, Noopur Gupta, Pierre-Yves Bigourdan, Roland Grunberg, Rory Hunter, Sarika Sinha, Simeon Andreev, Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti, Stephan Herrmann, Thomas Wolf and Vikas Chandra for features and bug fixes.
The Plug-in Development Environment team would like to thank the numerous contributors who continue to improve the component every release. Special thanks to those who contributed code: Alexander Kurtakov, Alex Blewitt, Andrey Loskutov, Ed Merks, Julian Honnen, Karsten Thoms, Lars Vogel, Mickael Istria, Noopur Gupta, Sebastian Ratz, Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti and Vikas Chandra.
The Equinox team would like to thank all the contributors that helped improve the project by filing bug reports and enhancement requests. We also would like to thank the community of developers that have contributed to the Equinox code base this release: Alexander Kurtakov, Alex Blewitt, Andrey Loskutov, Anjum Fatima, BJ Hargrave, Christoph Läubrich, Ed Merks, Lars Vogel, Mikael Sterner, Predrag Stanar, Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti, Thomas Watson and Thomas Wolf.
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