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"Trillions and Trillions Served": a docu...

The ASF launched 20 years ago with the oversight of a single project: the Apache HTTP Server, which became the world’s most popular Web server software. Today, the ASF is the world's largest Open Source foundation, developing, stewarding, and incubating more than 300 projects and initiatives. The collective efforts of 765 individual Members and... [Read more...]

Statement by The Apache Software Foundation Board ...

It is with a mix of sadness and appreciation that the ASF Board accepted the resignations of Board Member Jim Jagielski, Chairman Phil Steitz, and Executive Vice President Ross Gardler last month. As an ASF co-founder, Jim has held every officer position since the Foundation’s incorporation, with the exception of a one-year break in 2018. He... [Read more...]

The Open Geospatial Consortium leads the Geospatia...

Call for Presentations outlining Apache projects that include geospatial data and processing closes 13 May. The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is pleased to announce that, after a successful geospatial track at last year's ApacheCon North America, OGC will once again lead a conference track concerning geospatial data and processing at... [Read more...]

Announcing New ASF Board of Directors

At The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Members' Meeting held this week, the following individuals were elected to the ASF Board of Directors:  - Rich Bowen  - Shane Curcuru  - Jim Jagielski  - Myrle Krantz  - Daniel Ruggeri  - Craig Russell  - Roman Shaposhnik  - Phil Steitz  - Joan Touzet The ASF... [Read more...]

Apache Software Foundation Platinum Sponsor Profil...

with Robert van der Meulen, Global Product Strategy Lead at Leaseweb Robert is Global Product Strategy Lead at Leaseweb. Fascinated by technology, Robert studied computer sciences, and after his studies, he delved into the then relatively young and rapidly developing internet technology. He soon understood that the internet would be at the... [Read more...]

Success at Apache: For Love or Money: Volunteer vs...

EDITOR'S NOTE: "Success at Apache" reflects diverse, personal experiences from our community members, with particular focus on the people and processes behind why the ASF "just works". The post below is the result of a discussion with the author that originated in early September 2018 and remained unpublished as its tone deviates... [Read more...]

The Apache Software Foundation Welcomes Amazon Web...

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today welcomed Amazon Web Services (AWS), the latest company to sponsor the ASF at the Platinum level . "We are pleased to have AWS as a Platinum Sponsor," said ASF Chairman Phil Steitz. "In addition to helping support the ASF’s day-to-day operations through a Platinum sponsorship, AWS has been a... [Read more...]

Apache Software Foundation Gold Sponsor Profile: B...

with Kevin Fleming, Head of Open Source Community Engagement and Member of the CTO Office at Bloomberg Kevin has spent more than 20 years in the technology industry. In 2004, he started a VOIP service provider company and chose Asterisk as his platform. 9 months later he was offered a position at Digium to work on Asterisk full-time. After seven... [Read more...]

Success at Apache: Accidentally Finding Awesome

by Daniel Ruggeri My involvement with the ASF started very simply.  I was a server administrator who wanted to have a bug or two fixed and a feature or two added to the Apache HTTP Server (httpd). I spent some time learning the codebase a bit and submitted my first patch to the httpd dev list. I wasn't... [Read more...]

Apache in 2018 - By The Digits

It's been a great year for the Apache community at-large. With nearly 200M lines of code under the ASF's stewardship, our ongoing success is the result of community-led development "The Apache Way", executed through the collaborative efforts of more than 300 Apache projects and their communities. Highlights include: Apache... [Read more...]

Success at Apache: Cookie Monster

by Isabel Drost-Fromm As a researcher interested in machine learning, Web- and social graphs I joined the Nutch mailing lists back in 2005 when the project was still on SourceForge. I started tinkering with Nutch Writeables to store the data I needed for my analysis – something that today some may know as Hadoop Writeables – the Nutch wiki... [Read more...]

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