Community Day at EclipseCon is returning in person! Join us on Monday, October 24, 2022 for a day designed to support Eclipse working groups and project teams.
The content is organized by the community groups themselves, with logistical support provided by the conference team. Community Day is open to everyone; you don't need to be a member of a particular working group or project in order to participate.
Why Participate in Community Day?
Here are just some of the reasons for joining Community Day:
- Get together with your group for a meeting, project update, workshop, presentation, or panel discussion
- Grow your community by inviting others to learn about and join your group
- Highlight your technology and Eclipse projects to gain visibility in the broader Eclipse community
- Benefit from the promotion that the Foundation marketing team will be doing for Community Day
How to Sign Up as an Organizer
Get together with others in your group to decide what you'd like to do, and then email us at email@example.com to request a spot. Space is every limited, since many groups have already signed up. So don't delay!
How to Participate as an Attendee
To participate in Community Day, register for an All Access Pass for EclipseCon, or register for a Community Day Only pass. The registration fee varies with the type of pass.
What's Happening on Community Day?
This draft schedule shows which groups have already signed up for Community Day. Session details will be published in September.
|Time||Room 1||Room 2||Room 3||Room 4||Room 5||Room 6||Room 7||Room 8|
|9:00 - 12:30||Eclipse IoT, Part 1||Not available||Jakart EE, Part 1||Automotive@Eclipse, Part 1||Eclipse Platform / JDT||Room available||Eclipse OSGi Spec Project, Part 1||Eclipse Adoptium, Part 1|
|14:00 - 17:30||Eclipse IoT, Part 2||Theia and Eclipse CloudDev Tools Community Meetup||Jakart EE, Part 2||Automotive@Eclipse, Part 2||Eclipse IDE Working Group||Room available||Eclipse OSGi Spec Project, Part 2||Eclipse Adoptium, Part 2|
Meet & Greet
To end Community Day and kick off the rest of the conference, plan to attend the Meet & Greet. This is especially aimed at new attendees, but everyone is welcome.
Throughout the week, the ground floor foyer is set up with tables, power strips, and wired lines. On Community Day, some tables may be reserved as gathering or hacking spots for groups.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.