ESE 2009 is over, but we have left these registration pages here to document our registration policies.
|...Oct 24||...Oct 29|
|All Access Pass||€450 ($653)||€500 ($725)|
|Long, Symposium, & Tutorial Presenters only||€0 (see below)||€0 (see below)|
|Press & Analyst||€0 (see below)||€0 (see below)|
|Student||email us||email us|
Tuesday, October 27 is "Tutorial and Symposium Day" at ESE. These sessions are open to all ESE attendees at no extra cost, though pre-registration is required and attendance is limited. When registering, choose "Activities, Tutorials & Symposia Selection" to see the list of available sessions and register for your choices.
If you are registering for the co-located OSGi Meeting on Tuesday, October 27, please follow the OSGi Meeting instructions.
|Alumni – If you have attended a previous Eclipse Summit Europe or EclipseCon, you qualify for a 15% alumni discount. Welcome back! When registering, please use discount code ALUMNI.||Eclipse Members and Committers – Eclipse members and committers qualify for a 15% thanks-for-being-a-member-or-committer discount code. When registering, please use discount code MEMBER or COMMITTER.|
|Sponsors – Sponsors receive two free registrations as part of the sponsorship package. These free registrations are provided through discount codes. Please follow the instructions for sponsors regarding your code. (Sponsors are, of course, welcome to bring more than two people to ESE, but the third, fourth, and so on must register and pay as normal conference attendees.)|
|Group Discounts – Is your company sending a group (10 or more) to ESE? Please email us for more information.|
|Session Presenters – Long talk, symposia, and tutorial presenters receive free registrations via discount codes. Please follow the instructions for presenters to retrieve and use your code.||Press & Analysts – Pre-qualified press & analysts are provided free conference registrations. To be qualified or for more information, please contact us. Please do not register as Press unless you receive approval and a coupon code.|
|Only one discount per person (we'll give you the maximum discount possible).|
|All discount registrations are provided through discount codes. If you are press, a speaker, or a sponsor, please wait for your discount code before registering; please do not register until you have received your discount code.|
Eclipse Summit Europe 2009 accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, checks, wire transfers, and purchase orders.
If you wish to pay by wire transfer, we will email you detailed instructions; click here to send email to initiate that process.
Registrations are not active and your attendance guaranteed until the funds are received by the Eclipse Foundation.
With credit card registrations, we receive the funds immediately so your registration becomes active immediately. With wire transfer registrations, some banks are quicker than others, although in general wire transfers are a prompt way for us to receive the funds. With purchase orders, please make sure that your company pays the purchase order promptly because we cannot activate your registration until we have received the funds (the check). Note that the extra paperwork involved with purchase orders (on your company's side) may cause significant delay in activating your registration.
If paying by check, the check must be received in the Eclipse Portland office by October 15, 2009. After that point, you must bring the check to the registration desk onsite in order for your registration to be released.
A member is an Eclipse member as per the Eclipse Bylaws. The short version is that a member is an employee of an Eclipse member company. A mostly up-to-date list of the member companies is available on the Eclipse website. If you are not sure if your employer is an Eclipse member, please feel free to ask us. If you would like your company to become a member, please have the appropriate DMP (decision-making person) contact the Eclipse Foundation. There are many benefits of membership including discounted registration to Eclipse Summit Europe and EclipseCon.
A committer is developer on an Eclipse project who has commit rights to the corresponding eclipse.org CVS repository. If you don't know if you are a committer, then you are not a committer. All committers have unix accounts on dev.eclipse.org, so if you don't have an account there, then you are not a committer. If you would like to become a committer, the best way to start is to contact the project lead of an interesting project -- committers are elected by their peers based on the quantity and quality of their contributions to an Eclipse project. It's a role to be proud of, and it's a honor not given lightly.
Because the Eclipse Foundation incurs certain expenses prior to the conference, it is necessary to impose the following cancellation policy:
All cancellations must be received in writing or by email. If received before October 9, 2009, a $50 processing fee will be incurred. No refund of any kind, for any reason (including medical emergencies) will be given for cancellation requests received after October 9, 2009. No-shows are liable for the entire conference fee.
Registration transfers are allowed, but we must receive notification in writing via email or fax to (+1) 503-261-0964 by October 15. This request must include the name of the person who is currently registered and the name, email, and title of the person replacing the registered attendee.
Eclipse Foundation reserves the right to cancel the event or substitute speakers. In the unlikely event that the Eclipse Foundation should have to cancel Eclipse Summit Europe 2009, conference attendees will be refunded for the amount paid for the conference, but the Eclipse Foundation is not responsible for any attendee's other related expenses, including hotel and travel. Refunds will be issued within 15 business days after the scheduled conclusion of the conference.
Mail written cancellations to:
Eclipse Summit Europe 2009
6220 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97213
Or fax to: (+1) 503-261-0964
Or email to: Eclipse Summit Europe 2009
Sorry, but the Eclipse Foundation cannot, and does not, make exceptions to these policies.