In case you missed us at EclipseCon 2009 a few weeks ago, we had a poster displaying the new Atlassian Eclipse Connector at the reception on Wednesday night. It was a great session — probably because it featured the best food (and bar) of the entire event — with tons of people mingling and checking out the various Eclipse integrations on display.
Since even a soft-copy of the poster is gargantuan, I have slimmed it down a bit for you to take a closer look. Check it out:Atlassian Eclipse Connector (EclipseCon 2009).jpg

What is the Eclipse Connector?

The Atlassian Eclipse Connector project is a free, open source project sponsored by Atlassian and Tasktop, makers of Mylyn. If you are already using Atlassian developer tools like Jira, Bamboo, and Crucible, then you’ll love how the Eclipse Connector uses Mylyn to make it easy to manage your tasks, issues, builds, and code reviews right in your IDE. Plus, we are adding in Fisheye support soon.

Help us make it better

Since the Eclipse Connector 1.0 Beta release is currently available, we need your help to make it even better. All you need to do is install the plugin, play around with it, and provide your feedback.

Get your Atlassian Eclipse Connector poster (from EclipseCon)