Eclipse Live Publishing Guidelines
Welcome to Eclipse Live! We hope you find the content on Eclipse Live educational and informative. Our goal is to provide a single portal to aggregate all the multi-media content that is being created about Eclipse and Eclipse-based products, such as demos, presentations, podcasts, screencams and webinars.
One thing you will notice is that a lot of the content on Eclipse Live is actually hosted in other places. Think of Eclipse Live as an aggregation point to view, comment and rank content, and not as an actual hosting service.
The content on Eclipse Live comes from many sources in the community, including the Eclipse projects, organizations producing Eclipse-based products, individuals in the community and the Eclipse Foundation. We welcome all of you to submit content to Eclipse Live.
The main criterion for content submission is that the content needs to be Eclipse related. Obviously any content specific to Eclipse projects is welcome, assuming it is positive in nature and meant to educate or inform the viewer.
Content about commercial products and other open source projects is also certainly welcome as long as it is related to Eclipse. In these cases, the abstract for the resource you are submitting should reference how the content is Eclipse related.
Eclipse Live has a calendar and RSS feed for upcoming live events, like webinars. Please feel free to submit your upcoming events for posting.
To submit content, you need to be logged in. After you have submitted content, the Eclipse Live administrator will review it and post it, usually within 1 business day.
Comments and Voting Guidelines
Everyone is welcome to comment and vote on the content listed on Eclipse Live. We believe community feedback is an important source for identifying relevant, high quality content. Please take the time to comment on the content you find useful or not.
Before you vote or add a comment you must be logged in. This is to help prevent people from ‘gaming’ the system. To login please use your Eclipse bugzilla account.
If you think someone is abusing the system, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about Eclipse Live, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.