Community

Thanks to the Eclipse Foundation, our contributors, keynote speakers and the open source community for making of Eclipse Che a huge success.
Watch Eclipse Con 2016 Keynote

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Next-Gen Eclipse IDE

Next-Gen Eclipse IDE

At EclipseCon 2016, we announced the initial release. We hosted multiple talks on Che with the most popular being related to customizing Eclipse Che and using Flux to set up pairing sessions with the Eclipse IDE.

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2500+ Git Stars

2500+ Git Stars

Thank you for the love! The Che GitHub repo is now a featured showcase and frequently one of the fastest growing Java projects. We are getting 50 new GitHub issues / week. Let's keep collaborating together.

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Track Our Progress

We have setup a new blog that tracks the conversations around the community. Follow us on Twitter as we post the latest updates. If you want to chat live, join our IRC channel and che-dev mailing list.

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Microsoft Loves Open Source

Microsoft Loves Open Source

At EclipseCon, Microsoft announced their joining the Eclipse Foundation. We’re extremely happy to welcome them into our community and grateful for their contributions to Che and cloud development.

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Issues and feature requests are filed on Che's GitHub repository. Please check the issue backlog and documentation before opening an issue. Plug-in developers should join the che-dev@eclipse.org mailing list.

Commercial Support

Codenvy offers commercial support options for Eclipse Che, please contact them to discuss your needs.

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