|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] CodeEnvy continues to use deceptive wording that's harmful to Eclipse|
I guess one question, is that really the Foundation’s role? Is it not up to us, the community, to make sure the messaging is clear?
Though I’m not as worried about that at the moment. I gave a short talk to a local Ottawa IoT meetup and used the term “Eclipse” and they knew exactly what I was talking about, using Eclipse to program their Arduinos. And they rather liked the idea :).
Aside from that, the language server protocol is a great initiative and something our tooling really needs. Don’t forget Red Hat is also a major player here and I think we’ll all benefit from it.
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