Planet Eclipse is a window into the world, work and lives of Eclipse hackers and contributors.
There is no official policy, however, we (the admins) generally ask ourselves the following questions before adding a feed to Planet Eclipse.
- Is the feed written by a real person?
- Is the person an Eclipse committer, hacker or contributor?
- Is the ratio of off-topic postings not too high?
- Are the off-topic postings covered by the Planet Eclipse tag line?
- Does the feed promote a company or a commercial product?
- Does the feed add more value to Planet Eclipse and the Eclipse community than it does for the feed owner?
- Is there more than just a welcome posting?
- Does the feed contain advertisements?
How to add your blog
- By opening a GitHub issue
- By creating a pull request
The issue or pull request must include a picture (185x185), the RSS feed url for the blog and the full name of the author.
If the contributor chose to submit a pull request, this information must be added to planet/planet.ini file as follows:
[https://blogs.eclipse.org/blog/180/feed] name = Tanja Obradovic picture = tanja-obradovic.jpg
Pictures must be added to the planet/theme/authors folder.
Getting started (Local development)
How to run the application:
docker-compose build && docker-compose up -d
- Fork the EclipseFdn/planeteclipse.org repository
- Clone repository:
git clone https://github.com/[your_github_username]/planeteclipse.org.git
- Create your feature branch:
git checkout -b my-new-feature
- Commit your changes:
git commit -m 'Add some feature' -s
- Push feature branch:
git push origin my-new-feature
- Submit a pull request
Declared Project Licenses
This program and the accompanying materials are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v. 2.0 which is available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-2.0.
- Eclipse® is a Trademark of the Eclipse Foundation, Inc.
- Eclipse Foundation is a Trademark of the Eclipse Foundation, Inc.