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Eclipse Che


Visit website at: https://www.eclipse.org/che/ and documentation at: https://www.eclipse.org/che/docs


Getting Started

Here you can find links on how to get started with Eclipse Che: - Use Eclipse Che online - Run Eclipse Che on your own K8S cluster

Using Eclipse Che

Here you can find references to useful documentation and hands-on guides to learn how to get the most of Eclipse Che: - Customize Che workspaces for your projects - Run VSCode Extensions in Che workspaces - Configure Che for your teams

Feedback and Community

We love to hear from users and developers. Here are the various ways to get in touch with us: * Support: You can ask questions, report bugs, and request features using GitHub issues. * Public Chat: Join the public eclipse-che Mattermost channel to discuss with community and contributors. * Twitter: @eclipse_che * Mailing List: che-dev@eclipse.org * Weekly Meetings: Join us in our Che community meeting every second monday.

Contributing

If you are interested in fixing issues and contributing directly to the code base: - :bug: Submitting bugs - :pagefacingup: Contributor license agreement - :checkeredflag: Development workflows - :okhand: Review source code changes - :pencil: Improve docs - :building_construction: Che architecture - :octocat: Che repositories - :sparkles: Good first issue for new contributors

Extending Eclipse Che

Roadmap

We maintain the Che roadmap in the open way. We welcome anyone to ask question and contribute to the roadmap by joining our community meetings.

CI

The following CentOS CI jobs are associated with the repository:

  • master - builds and push Maven artifacts on each commit to the master.
  • nightly - builds and push Maven artifacts, builds CentOS images and pushes them to quay.io on a daily basis from the master branch.
  • release - builds and push Maven artifacts, builds images from the release branch. CentOS images are public and pushed to quay.io.

License

Che is open sourced under the Eclipse Public License 2.0.

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