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Friday July 10, 2020

Trillions: It’s a Wrap!


Our fourth, and final, part of the “Trillions and Trillions Served” documentary on the ASF is now live!

Watch “Apache Innovation”, our latest segment https://s.apache.org/ApacheInnovation

...and catch up on the other parts

 - “Apache Everywhere” short https://s.apache.org/ApacheEverywhere  

 - “Trillions and Trillions Served” full feature documentary https://s.apache.org/Trillions-Feature  

 - “Why Apache” Documentary Teaser https://s.apache.org/ASF-Trillions  


Heartfelt thanks to:

... our filmmakers, (ASF Member) Michael Wechner, Dominik Gehring, and Tobias Kaufmann of Wyona Pictures;

...our film and production assistants Myk Fox, (Apache Committer) Kenneth Paskett, and Katerina Oliveros;

...and all the participants from the Apache community (in alphabetical order):

Danny Angus, Mike Bates, Brian Behlendorf, Zaheda Bhorat, Rich Bowen, Danese Cooper, Mark Cox, Adina Crainiceanu, Shane Curcuru, Bertrand Delacretaz, Isabel Drost, Ted Dunning, Christofer Dutz, Lars Eilebrecht, Justin Erenkrantz, Julian Feinauer, Sharan Foga, Lars Francke, Pier Fumagalli, Ruth Holloway, Serge Huber, Julian Hyde, Claus Ibsen, Jim Jagielski, Alex Karasulu, Paul King, Kenneth Knowles, Myrle Krantz, Ted Liu, Samaira Mehta, Ismaël Mejía, Owen O’Malley, Jean-Baptiste Onofré, David Nalley, Jeffery Painter, Stan Paulauskas, Bob Paulin, Daniel Ruggeri, Craig Russell, Patricia Shanahan, Roman Shaposhnik, Andy Shi, Greg Stein, Sander Striker, Mark Thomas, Dirk-Willem van Gulik, and Rohit Yadav.

What an opportunity --we appreciate your support, help in spreading the word, and sharing Apache goodness with the world!

Wednesday June 10, 2020

Announcing the release of "Trillions and Trillions Served"

We are pleased to announce the release of "Trillions and Trillions Served", the documentary feature on The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the world’s largest Open Source foundation.

"'Trillions and Trillions Served' celebrates the diverse experiences from members of the Apache community from around the world," said Sally Khudairi, ASF Vice President Marketing & Publicity and Producer of "Trillions and Trillions Served". "The project is tribute to the innovation and passion that celebrates the ASF's incredible rise over the past 20 years. Watching our projects and their communities expand and thrive over the years has been exhilarating what a privilege to share our story with the world!"

Advancing its mission of providing software for the public good, the ASF's all-volunteer community grew from 21 original Members overseeing the development of the Apache HTTP Server to 813 individual Members, 206 Apache Project Management Committees, and 7,800+ Committers shepherding 300 projects and 200M+ lines of Apache code valued at more than $20B. Apache's breakthrough technology touches every aspect of modern computing, powering most of the Internet, managing exabytes of data, executing teraflops of operations, and storing trillions of objects in virtually every industry. Apache projects are all freely-available, at 100% no cost, and with no licensing fees. 

The documentary was shot by Wyona Pictures on location in September and October 2019 at ApacheCon North America in Las Vegas and ApacheCon Europe in Berlin.

The "Trillions and Trillions Served" feature can be viewed at https://s.apache.org/Trillions-Feature   

"Why Apache?", the teaser for the documentary, is available at https://s.apache.org/WhyApache  

"Apache Everywhere", a “Trillions” documentary short, is available at https://s.apache.org/ApacheEverywhere  

"Apache Innovation", the fourth and final segment from the "Trillions" series, will be released in Summer 2020.

The film was directed by ASF Member Michael Wechner, founder of Wyona Pictures, with cinematography by Dominik Gehring and Tobias Kaufmann.

To learn more about the ASF, visit http://apache.org/ . To support the ASF through this project, visit https://s.apache.org/trillions 

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Thursday January 16, 2020

UPDATE --Trillions and Trillions Served: the documentary on The Apache Software Foundation (ASF)

NEW (May 2020): Apache Everywhere -- the first "short" from the "Trillions" documentary filmed onsite at ApacheCon Las Vegas and Berlin 2019.

Why Apache?


"Trillions" is in post-production!

We are proud to preview the first teaser from our filming with Wyona Pictures during ApacheCon North America and Europe 2019.

Members of the greater Apache Community and friends of the ASF share their perspectives on "Why Apache?" and provide a peek of what's to come as the documentary takes shape. Watch this space as our work progresses, and thank you in advance for supporting this project.

We'd love to hear what do you think of this new teaser! Tell us in the YouTube comments section, on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Sunday September 29, 2019

"Trillions and Trillions Served": a documentary on The Apache Software Foundation (ASF)

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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 7,000+Committers steward 200+ Million lines of code, and provides $20B+ worth of software for the public good at 100% no cost.


ASF member Michael Wechner is the director of “FUD”, the 2004 Wyona Pictures documentary on Open Source. In 2010, at ApacheCon North America (the ASF's global conference series) in Oakland, initial filming began on “Trillions and Trillions Served”, the documentary on The Apache Software Foundation. 


Filming resumed in September 2019 during ApacheCon North America/Las Vegas, and will continue in October 2019  in Berlin during ApacheCon Europe. Join us! 


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Friday September 27, 2019

"Community Over Code. Code Over Community"

A special project in collaboration with technologist and photographer Peter Adams in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF).

Growing from a single project to more than 300 projects and initiatives, the ASF is the world's largest Open Source foundation. The collective efforts of 765 individual Members and 7,000+Committers steward 200+ Million lines of code, and provides $20B+ worth of software for the public good at 100% no cost.

The ASF's unofficial tagline, "Community Over Code", underscores that a healthy community is far more important than good code, and is one of the cornerstones of "The Apache Way" of community-led development.

"Community Over Code" are group photographs of members of select Apache Project Management Committees (PMCs).

"Code Over Community" are individual portraits of select PMC members with their Project's code projected onto them. 

Photographed September 2019 in Las Vegas during ApacheCon, the ASF's global conference series.

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Wednesday January 30, 2019

Call for Entries --Apache Software Foundation 20th Anniversary Logo

Create a 20th Anniversary logo for the world's largest Open Source software foundation!

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) develops, shepherds, and incubates hundreds of freely-available, enterprise-grade projects that serve as the backbone for some of the most visible and widely used applications in computing today. Through the ASF's meritocratic, community-led process known as "The Apache Way," more than 730 individual volunteer Members and 7,000+ code Committers across six continents successfully collaborate on innovations in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, Big Data, Build Management, Cloud Computing, Content Management, DevOps, IoT and Edge Computing, Mobile, Servers, and Web Frameworks, among other categories.

Key Dates

  • Entries Open: 29 January - 28 February 2019
  • Voting Period: 1-5 March 2019
  • Winning Design Selected: 5 March 2019
  • Revisions and Fine-tuning: 6-15 March 2019
  • Final Art Due: 19 March 2019
  • Winning Design will debut on 26 March 2019

Design Requirements

  • The Anniversary Logo needs to be scalable and legible at relatively small sizes
  • Proposals must incorporate the Apache Feather logo
  • The ASF Feather MUST NOT be manipulated in any way
  • Create a logo in alignment with the ASF Logo Style Guide
  • Anniversary Logo must include the number "20", incorporating *one* of the phrases below:
  • — "20th Anniversary"
    — "20 Years of The Apache Way"
    — "20 Years of Community-Led Development"

Submission Guidelines and Instructions

  • Entrants may submit as many design proposals as desired
  • Only one submission per entry (uploaded individually)
  • Design proposals should be submitted in PDF format 
  • Each submission should be named as:

    last name (or company name) + chronological number

    (Example "DesignCo-1", "DesignCo-2" etc.)

  • Complete Call for Entries and submit your proposals per the instructions below.
    [In the event of any issues with the submission form, please email your PDF entries to sk(at)apache(dot)org]
    Be sure to review the ASF Logo Style Guide
Usage Guidelines
  • The logo will be used online, in print, and on promotional materials
  • The design must be flexible, easily scalable/resized, and work both in color as well as black and white
  • The use of halftones and gradients are discouraged
  • The final version of the logo will need to be suitable for high quality printing
  • Entries that cannot be registered are disallowed and will be disqualified
  • Please carefully review the Qualifications, Intellectual Property, and Acceptance sections below

Final Assets Required

  • Standalone --logo/Mark + "20" only
  • Mark + tagline -- as described in "Design Requirements" above
  • Must include EPS, PDF, JPG, PNG, and SVG formats with both white and transparent backgrounds.

Qualifications of Winner

The winning Entrant will be required to assign all ownership of the logo to the ASF.

Intellectual Property

  • All submitted work must be original and not based on any pre-existing design
  • All entries will become the sole property of the ASF and may be displayed publicly on Websites and related promotional materials
  • The winning entry will be the property of the ASF and may be registered as a trademark of the ASF. Entrant agrees to transfer all rights and title to the ASF

Acceptance

Participation constitutes the Entrant's full agreement to and acceptance of these rules. By participating in the Call, the Entrant is representing and warranting that he/she/they read, understood, and agree to be bound by these rules.

These official rules constitute the entire agreement between the Entrant and the ASF in relation to the Call. They govern the Entrant's participation and supersede any prior or other agreements between the Entrant and the ASF relating to the Call.

Judging Process

Jury comprises members of the the ASF's Marketing & Publicity Central Services sub-group. Their decision will be final.

The ASF Marketing & Publicity committee, in its sole discretion, reserves the right not to select a winner in the event that no suitable entries are received. Results The winner will be announced across ASF mailing lists and social media channels, as well as showcased in the ASF's 20th Anniversary press release.

The winner will be required to follow-up with the Central Services sub-group to fine-tune and submit final artwork no later than 19 March 2019.

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