The Eclipse fog05 community is most readily found on its gitter channel, where you’re welcome to ask questions, report problems, or pitch ideas.
Github is used for tracking issues. The primary location for these is the main Eclipse fog05 repository.
If you’re a Eclipse fog05 user, you’re highly encouraged to keep an eye on these issues and jump in on the discussions, to help us understand how design tradeoffs might affect you.
Are you interested in getting involved with the code? Please refer to Contributing guidelines.
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