Legal Name: Eclipse Foundation, Inc.
Nonprofit Status: 501C6
Licenses Used: EPL-2.0
IP/Copyright Policy: DCO
Primary Brand: Eclipse
Other Brand(s): LocationTech, PolarSys, various projects - dozens+
Brand Registered?: yes
Logo Registered?: yes
Trademark Policy: https://eclipse.org/legal/logo_guidelines.php
Brand Policy Comments: Detailed rules for using Eclipse and all associated project trademarks.
Board Size: 16
Board Type: sponsor, elected
Board Listing: https://eclipse.org/org/foundation/directors.php
Description of Membership:
Number of Paid Employees: 28
Funding Sources: sponsors
Approximate Budget: 6M
Budget Listing: https://eclipse.org/org/foundation/reports/annual_report.php
Top Tier Sponsors: CA Technologies, CEA LIST, Ericcson AB, IBM, itemis AG, OBEO, Oracle, Redhat, Bosch, SAP
Accepting New Projects?: yes
Projects Hosted: 283
Major Projects Hosted: The Eclipse Project, Eclipse Modeling Framework, BIRT, Jetty
Project Listing: http://www.eclipse.org/projects/
Project Services : Eclipse provides a wide variety of support services for projects.
About The Eclipse Foundation
Eclipse is a community for individuals and organizations who wish to collaborate on open source software. There are over 300 open source projects in the Eclipse community, ranging from tools for software developers, geo-spatial technology, systems engineering and embedded development tools, frameworks for IoT solutions, tools for scientific research, and much more. The Eclipse Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation that is the steward of the Eclipse community. More information is available at eclipse.org.
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