ETX 2007Eclipse Technology Exchange Workshop at OOPSLA 2007
Call for Papers
Eclipse Technology eXchange (ETX) Workshop at OOPSLA 2007
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Theme and goals of the workshopThe Eclipse platform is designed for building integrated development environments (IDEs) for object-oriented application development. Building on the success of the Eclipse Technology eXchange workshops at OOPSLA 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006, we invite original papers that describe potential new uses of Eclipse and how the core Eclipse technology can be leveraged, improved and/or extended for research and teaching projects. Accepted papers will be presented at the workshop.
Due to the popularity of this workshop in the past, this year's ETX will be a 1.5 day event. Workshop topics include (but are not limited to) the use of Eclipse for:
Please be aware that early registration for OOPSLA 2007 is September 11, 2007 (to be confirmed).
Submission InformationSubmitted papers should have a maximum of five pages and be formatted according to the ACM Digital library guidelines. Proceedings will be included in the ACM Digital Library. To have their work included in the ACM Digital Library, authors will need to sign the ACM Copyright Form (please refer to the link for details on rights retained by the authors).
Note: Admission to the workshop will be extended to those who have submitted a relevant position paper. Each position paper will be reviewed by the Program Committee. There will also be a Best Student Paper Award. Candidate papers for the Best Student Paper Award can have multiple authors (students and non-students) as long as the most significant portion of the work (research and or experience) that the paper reports was done by student(s) and the student(s) are listed as lead author(s). Please indicate whether your submission is a student paper in the submission comments. The prize for the Best Student Paper Award will be awarded to the student author(s) only.