The Eclipse Board of Stewards today announced Eclipse's reorganization into a not-for-profit corporation. Originally a consortium that formed when IBM released the Eclipse Platform into Open Source, Eclipse is now an independent body that will drive the platform's evolution to benefit the providers of software development offerings and end-users. All technology and source code provided to this fast-growing ecosystem will remain openly available and royalty-free.
QNX CEO Dan Dodge takes seat on board of directors. ""QNX is proud to be a driving force behind Eclipse since its inception,"" said Dan Dodge. ""With a seat on the board as a strategic developer member, we are reinforcing and extending our commitment to the goals of seamless tool integration and advancement of best-in-class tooling for embedded software development."###
"Vote for QNX!!!
QNX has been chosen as a finalist for this year's EDN Innovation Awards (software category). The entry: ""The power management framework for QNX Neutrino"".
You can vote for QNX hereThe finalists with the most votes tallied by February 19 are the winners, and will be presented their award at a gala dinner at ESC San Francisco. Winners are presented a $10,000 donation cheque for the engineering university or college of their choice, in the interest of developing future generations of technical innovation.