NetBeans Grant: winning projects announced

I've been getting lots of questions about the grant projects winner selection from various folks from NetBeans community. I've also heard some complaints about why does it take so long. The reason why it took so long to choose the projects was that we got much more submissions than we expected (it was close to 200). I've seen many discussions about the projects choices on the dream team alias (the Dream Team was in charge of choosing the winning projects - so non-Sun people make these choices).

So finally the winning projects have been announced at:

http://www.netbeans.org/grant

Congratulations to the winners!

 

Large projects
  • CashForward (Bill Snyder)
  • Cube°n (Anuradha Gunasekara)
  • JavaSpaces (Magdalena Dukielska)
  • IvyBeans (Laurent Forêt)
  • NB Project (Alessandro Dourado)
  • NB-XUL (Aditya Kumar Sharma)
  • NetBeans Spot/Sun SPOT Plugin
  • NbPython (Allan Davis)
  • Scala Support (Caoyuan Deng)
  • Visual JavaFX (Adam Kędziora)
Small projects
  • CoffeeDregs (Kees Huizing)
  • JSpree (ManiKanta G)
  • Netbeans Update Service (Mark Ashworth)
  • MONOH (Carlos Oliveira)
  • Numbered Bookmarks (M.A.S. Jayasundara)
  • PDFViewer (Steve Tzou)
  • PL/SQL Editor (Alexandre Soumbatov)
  • Project Darkstar Tools and Mobility Support (Karel Herink)
  • Regular Expressions Module (Angad Singh)
  • Resource Bundle Editor (Denis Stepanov)




Comments:

And where are these shiny new plugins? How can I download them?

Posted by Tetsuo on duben 17, 2008 at 09:01 dop. CEST #

They are in the works now and will be ready in second half of 2008.

Posted by Roman on duben 17, 2008 at 09:05 dop. CEST #

Maybe some of them might make nice interview subjects. ;-)

Posted by Hayden Jones on duben 17, 2008 at 12:58 odp. CEST #

Post a Comment:
Comments are closed for this entry.
About

Roman Strobl

Search

Archives
« duben 2014
PoÚtStČtSoNe
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
    
       
Today