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Saturday May 02, 2009

The Apache HTTP Server Project Does It Again -- The World’s #1 Web Server Tops Linux Journal’s Reader’s Choice Awards

Not only does the Apache HTTP Server power more than 106 million Websites worldwide, an astounding 89% of Linux Journal readers have chosen the “competitor-less” Apache HTTP Server as their favorite Web server, according to the 2009 Reader’s Choice Awards.

We were tickled to read, “As with last year, the thought arises in Favorite Web Server category of whether we should just ask ‘Do you use the Apache Web server, yes or no?’ and leave it at that.” According to Associate Publisher Mark Irgang, “Apache is always in there.”

Congratulations to the Apache HTTP Server Project for more than 16 years of technical excllence!

Apache OFBiz Releases New Branch and Versioning System

The Apache Open For Business Project (OFBiz) recently announced its first major release in nearly two years[Read More]

10th Anniversary Flashback -- Remembering Our Roots

Last week, ASF incorporator and founding Chairman Roy Fielding reminded us of the ASF’s mission as created ten years ago.

ASF Board member Bertrand Delacretaz then suggested we post it here on the ASF blog to reinforce the fact that, in spite of its tremendous growth, the ASF hasn’t strayed from its roots; still remaining true to its original vision. We couldn’t agree more. Here’s to the next 10 years!

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