The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) will be holding its annual Members’ meeting this July. Among the Foundation’s business that takes place during this meeting is the election of new ASF Members. At its inception in 1999, The ASF comprised 21 individuals who oversaw the progress of the Apache HTTP Server. This group formed the Foundation’s core […]
Read More.. Meritocracy in Action: The Apache Membership Process
A number of websites have "apache" in their domain name, and sometimes pretend to be official sources of information about projects of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). How do you find out if it’s the case? The rule is very simple: if a website is not hosted on an apache.org domain, it’s not a website […]
Read More.. If it’s not at apache.org, it’s not from the Apache Software Foundation!
Thanks to our very own Sally Khudairi, VP Marketing and Publicity, the ASF’s 10 years shout out was recently displayed on New York’s Times Square and in Las Vegas – and we have visual evidence!
Read More.. The Apache Software Foundation, live on Times Square and in Vegas!
As mentioned in a previous post, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums have recently recognized The Apache Software Foundation for a decade of open source leadership and technology innovation. Mayor Dellums proclaimed November 4th, 2009 as the Apache Software Foundation Day! Here are their letters, as presented last week at ApacheCon US […]
Read More.. Governor Schwarzenegger and Mayor Dellums honor the Apache Software Foundation
Celebrating a Decade of Open Source Leadership Exactly ten years ago, Roy Fielding signed the Certificate of Incorporation of The Apache Software Foundation. As I’m writing this post, our chairman Jim Jagielski is giving the traditional "State of the Feather" talk at ApacheCon Europe 2009. Today, the ASF comprises nearly 300 individual Members and over […]
Read More.. The ASF is ten years old today!