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Eclipse Community Web Sites

Many individuals and companies have created web sites to address particular needs of the community. Here are a few of the most popular ones. More can be found in the Community Resources area of the eclipse.org web site.


EclipseZone (http://www.eclipsezone.com)
An online community by and for Eclipse users everywhere.

Planet Eclipse (http://planeteclipse.org)
Planet Eclipse is a window into the world, work, and lives of Eclipse users and contributors.

Plug-ins Registry (http://eclipse-plugins.info)
This is a nonprofit registry of Eclipse plug-ins, created and maintained by Eclipse users.

Eclipse Plugin Central (http://eclipseplugincentral.com)
This site offers a plug-in directory, reviews, ratings, news, forums, and listings for products and services.

Eclipse Wiki (http://eclipse-wiki.info)
This user-editable web site has FAQs, tips, tricks, and other useful information.

IBM AlphaWorks (http://alphaworks.ibm.com/eclipse)
Part of IBM's emerging technologies web site, this is dedicated to Eclipse and WebSphere-related projects and plug-ins.

IBM developerWorks (http://ibm.com/developerworks/opensource)
developerWorks hosts a variety of tutorials, articles, and related information on Eclipse and other open source projects.

Apache (http://www.apache.org)
Apache software is used throughout Eclipse, and the two projects collaborate in many areas.

Source Forge (http://sf.net)
A large and growing number of Eclipse plug-ins are being developed in this open source nexus.

O'Reilly Open Source (http://opensource.oreilly.com)
This O'Reilly Resource Center provides a broad range of references and links to publications about open source.

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