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The Eclipse Foundation wants to hear what you think of the Eclipse projects that are being released as part of Galileo. We will give you a Friend of Eclipse membership or an Eclipse shirt for writing a review. One lucky winner will also win a pass to EclipseCon 2010 or Eclipse Summit Europe 2009!

To enter the blogathon, all you need to do is write a review about one or more of the projects that are a part of the Eclipse Galileo release. Publish the review on your blog, a newsgroup or portal and then send us a link to galileo-reviews@eclipse.org.

A review will be deemed worthy of a thank you gift, if the content conveys sufficient technical content. We aren't looking for long essays, so 3 to 5 points of what you like or don't like about one or more Galileo projects is sufficient. Eclipse is a global community, so feel free to write the review in your native language. You can also write multiple reviews, however we will only award one item per person. The top 3 reviews will also receive Eclipse jackets and the best review will receive a pass to the next EclipseCon 2010 or Eclipse Summit Europe 2009.

The top 3 and the best reviews will be selected by a panel of judges. All entries must be received by July 31, 2009. For full details, see the blogathon page.

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