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16:45-16:57 Your Eclipse project website doesn't suck (anymore)!

Denis Roy

Making Community · Lightning (12 mins)
Tuesday, 16:45, 12 minutes | Stevens Creek

Tags: Committer And Contributor
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Eclipse committers create great technology, but it's no secret that some of them neglect lack the resources to maintain a web presence that is compelling and exciting for everyone.

But you can help -- without doing much work!

In 12 minutes (or less!), I'll show you how to pull the right strings to get changes into a project's website.  I'll show you how to get great graphics created with little effort on your part. Then I'll show you how you can become a committer for that project, for the sole purpose of helping with the website.  But I won't show you how to create a patch.  Promise.

Denis is the Eclipse Foundation's IT manager.  As one of the three Eclipse webmasters, he maintains the servers and software that keep Eclipse.org ticking.


Denis is the Phoenix project lead, and a committer on Babel (translations) and Dash (tools for committers and members).

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