My usual suggestion that it is best
not to name companies to maintain vendor neutrality, but it's a tiny comment
so no objections from me ... just be careful. :) [And, I know, we all like
to give well deserved credit where credit is due!]
Overall, it seems Linux tools is getting
very mature -- I just wish I was smart enough to use it. :) Guess
I'll have to search for some Tutorials. Tutorials or papers that have been
published or presented "since last release" are often listed
in review documentation as one of your methods of "community outreach".
Perhaps such as the following?
Jeff Johnston <jjohnstn@xxxxxxxxxx> To:
Tools PMC mailing list
05/24/2016 05:55 PM Subject:
PMC Approval for Linux Tools 5.0.0 for Neon Sent by:
I am looking for approval for the 5.0.0 major release of Linux Tools intended for Eclipse Neon.
The major release adds support for a DockerFile editor, adds the ability to search private registries, adds privileged support for Containers, among other bug fixes. A number of new APIs have also been exposed in the
Docker Interfaces as the underlying docker client has been updated.
The ipLog has already been submitted. The release review can be found