WPLUG will have a General User Meeting and presentation on Saturday, September 13th, starting at 10am on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, CMU Newell Simon Hall 3002.
An important item to be addressed at the business meeting is nominations for the WPLUG Board of Directors. The new Board will be elected at the October meeting. Members are encouraged to nominate individuals (yes, you can nominate yourself!) who they think would help WPLUG improve. Qualifications for the Board are listed in section 6.4 of the bylaws.
Schedule for the Day
9:30am - Setup
10:00am - Doors Open
10:30am - Business Meeting - Nominations
11:00am - Featured Presentation
12:30pm - Break for Lunch
2:00pm - Finish clean up, everyone out
Patrick Wagstrom, a Ph.D. candidate in the Carnegie Mellon University Engineering and Public Policy department, will speak on the subject of his thesis research - Eclipse: What you can learn from a community that is more than an IDE.
Java and C developers are familiar with Eclipse as a robust development environment, but it's actually much more. Eclipse has grown into a robust framework for developing applications on desktops, servers, and the web thanks to more than 180 companies and 800+ developers contributing to 90+ projects. This talk highlights some of the projects in Eclipse that you may not be as familiar with and discusses how your project can excel thanks to lessons learned from the Eclipse Foundation.
Business Meeting and Nominations Minutes
If you would like to volunteer to assist with this meeting, please add your name to one or more of the categories below.