Welcome to the latest monthly overview of events from the Apache community. Here’s a summary of what happened in January:
New this month —
– Apache in 2020 – By The Digits – a look at the achievements from the Apache Community over the past 12 months.
— Summary and stats at https://s.apache.org/Apache2020Digits
— Video highlights https://s.apache.org/Apache2020Digits-vid
– ASF Security Report 2020 – the annual state of security across all Apache
– The Apache Way to Sustainable Open Source Success – Apache is
for Everyone. Every developer has their personal motivations for
building software. We celebrate their right to choose when and how they
build their software, including their right to use a non-open license. https://s.apache.org/GhnI
– ApacheCon™ – the ASF’s official global conference series, bringing Tomorrow’s Technology Today since 1998.
— Videos of all ApacheCon@Home sessions, including Plenaries and Keynotes, are available https://www.youtube.com/c/TheApacheFoundation/
– Apache Software Foundation Operations Summary: Q2 FY2021 (August – October 2020) https://s.apache.org/Q2FY2021
– “Inside Infra” – the interview series featuring members of the ASF Infrastructure team
— Meet Chris Lambertus –Part I https://s.apache.org/InsideInfra-ChrisL and Part II https://s.apache.org/InsideInfra-ChrisL2
– Apache Month in Review: December 2020 https://s.apache.org/Dec2020
Important Dates —
– Next Board Meeting: 17 February 2021. Board calendar and minutes http://apache.org/foundation/board/calendar.html
seven-member Infrastructure team on three continents oversees our
highly-reliable, distributed network under the leadership of VP
Infrastructure David Nalley and Infrastructure Administrator Greg Stein.
ASF Infrastructure supports 300+ Apache projects and their communities
across ~200 individual machines, 1,400+ repositories, 5-6PB in traffic
annually, ~75M downloads per month, and 2-3M daily emails on 2,000+
lists. ASF Infra performs 7M+ weekly checks to ensure services are available around the clock. The average uptime in January was 99.96%. http://www.apache.org/uptime/
In January, 726 Apache Committers changed 11,011,714 lines of code over 14,708 commits. The Committers with the top 5 highest contributions, in order, were: Rohit Yadav, Jean-Baptiste Onofré, Andrea Cosentino, Gary Gregory, and Mark Thomas.
Project Releases and Updates —
New releases from Apache Accumulo (Big Data); Arrow (Big Data); Beam (Big Data); Camel (Integration); CloudStack (Cloud Computing); Commons Daemon (Libraries); Flink (Big Data); Guacamole (Network Client); Hadoop (Big Data); Ignite (Big Data); IoTDB (IoT); Jackrabbit (Content); JMeter (Testing); Nutch (Web Crawler); OFBiz (Enterprise Processes Automation / ERP); Oak (Content); Rya (Big Data); Qpid Broker (Messaging); ShardingSphere (Big Data); Skywalking (Application Performance Management); Tika (Big Data); Tomcat (Servers); Traffic Server (Servers).
Upcoming Apache Project community events include ESUP Days & Apereo Paris (2 February); Airflow Virtual Meetup (12 February); Joint ASF–OCG–OSGeo Code Sprint (17-19 February); and Big Data Technology Warsaw Summit (23 February).
Apache Incubator is the primary entry path for projects wishing to become an official part of the ASF. New to the Apache Incubator in January: ECharts (Library) and Superset (Big Data). We invite you to review the many projects currently in development in the Apache Incubator http://incubator.apache.org/ .
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