Oomph has already been presented at a number of EclipseCons and Eclipse Demo Camps, all with exceptionally positive feedback. In response a community of both users and commercial adopters has formed very quickly around Oomph. Good examples are these two submissions for the EclipseCon NA 2015: Eclipse + Workspace = Profiles… share it and Ready-to-use development environment for internal development and external contributors with Oomph for Bonita BPM products.
A considerable number of users is contributing in the form of bug reports, patches and Gerrit reviews and the Oomph project addresses defects and feature requests in the fastest possible way, 338 so far. As a result the number of open defects is typically less than five, just one at many times.
Oomph's newsgroup is vibrant and very responsive, with approximately 400 posts since its creation in May 2014 (5.5 months ago). Even users started to reply to the questions of other users.
Last not least, a considerable number of Eclipse projects have already contributed setup models to set up development environments for their code to Oomph's project catalog, demonstrating the value Oomph brings to both providers and users/contributors of these projects.