The Apache Software Foundation Receives Approval for Sale to Oracle Corporation

Today, the Apache Software Foundation announced it has agreed to sell all IP and assets of the foundation to Oracle. The agreement is a $1.5 billion all cash deal. The ASF board agreed to the terms after vigorous discussions last evening.  "We never considered the possibility of selling the ASF," said Jim Jagielski, Chairman of […]


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ApacheCon NA 2010 Business/Community Track Call For Participation

ApacheCon North America 2010 Business/Community Track Call For Participation All submissions must be received by Friday, 30 April 2010 at midnight Pacific Time. The official conference, trainings, and expo of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) will return to Atlanta this November, with dozens of sessions on Servers, Cloud Computing, Search, NoSQL, Incubating projects, innovations, emerging […]


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The Apache Software Foundation Announces the 15th Anniversary of the Apache HTTP Web Server

ASF Flagship Project is World’s Most Popular Web Server, Powering More than 112 Million Websites FOREST HILL, MD, 23 February, 2010 — The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) — developers, stewards, and incubators of 138 Open Source projects — today announced the 15th anniversary of the Apache HTTP Web Server.The ASF’s first project became the world’s most […]


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The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache SpamAssassin Version 3.3.0

Leading Open Source Email Filtering Package Offers First Major Code Release Since 2007 FOREST HILL, MD – 26 January, 2010 – The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today announced the release of Apache SpamAssassin 3.3.0, the first major code release from the Apache SpamAssassin Project since May 2007. Apache SpamAssassin v3.3.0 marks the Project’s 4th major […]


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The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Pivot as Top-Level Project

Version 1.4 of platform for building rich Internet applications in Java now available. FOREST HILL, MD – 19 January, 2010 – The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today announced the graduation of Apache Pivot as a Top-Level Project (TLP), signifying that the Project’s community and products have been well-governed under the ASF’s meritocratic process and principles. […]


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The Apache Software Foundation Welcomes Facebook as its Newest Sponsor

posted by ASF Chairman Jim Jagielski:The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is excited to welcome Facebook as the newest addition to our roster of sponsors. Sponsoring the ASF helps us grow existing projects, incubate new initiatives, promote community development, host user events, expand our outreach, and provide the infrastructure that keeps the Foundation running on a day-to-day […]


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NOTICE: Apache SpamAssassin Y2K10 Rule Bug – Update Your Rules Now!

The following notice has been sent by Daryl C.W. O’Shea, VP of Apache SpamAssassin — I’ve posted the following note on the Apache SpamAssassin website [1] about an issue with a rule that may cause wanted email to be classified as spam by SpamAssassin.  If you’re running SpamAssassin 3.2.x you are encouraged to update you rules (updates were released on […]


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If it’s not at apache.org, it’s not from the Apache Software Foundation!

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 […]


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Governor Schwarzenegger and Mayor Dellums honor the Apache Software Foundation

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 […]


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ApacheCon US 2009 Draws Unprecedented Support From the Global Open Source Community and Recognition for the 10th Anniversary and Influence of The Apache Software Foundation

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums recognize The Apache Software Foundation for a decade of open source leadership and technology innovation FOREST HILL, Md., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Closing out the celebrations for its 10th anniversary, The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today announced highlights from ApacheCon US 2009, which took place November […]


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Raise a Glass to Apache: Join The Apache Software Foundation in celebrating its 10th Anniversary!

As you know, the ASF turned 10 this year — our celebrations kicked off with cake at ApacheCon Europe this past March. We were thrilled to receive birthday wishes from so many members from the Apache community from across the world. Our festivities will continue at ApacheCon US (Oakland, California), where we will be holding […]


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ApacheCon US Early Bird Discount Extended through 21 August

If you haven’t registered for ApacheCon US yet, you’re in luck! We’ve extended the Early Bird Discount through this Friday, 21 August, giving attendees the best rates available, with savings up to $200 on a full conference pass. Catch your favorite Apache projects, including Tomcat, Hadoop, and the world’s favorite Web Server, and join us […]


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Early Bird Registration for ApacheCon US Ends 14 August!

Join us at ApacheCon US 2009, the ASF’s official user conference and expo, 2-6 November in Oakland, California. This year’s show is anticipated to be the largest gathering of the global Apache community, bringing together Foundation Members, code contributors, users, developers, system administrators, business managers, service providers, and vendors for a week of training classes, […]


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Applications for Travel Assistance for ApacheCon US 2009 now open

The ASF Travel Assistance Committee (TAC) has opened applications to assist those seeking to attend ApacheCon US 2009 (2-6 November in Oakland, California), but are unable to do so for financial reasons. Assistance is open to all people involved in Open Source projects; Financial support is available for flights, accommodation, subsistence and Conference fees, either […]


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ASF Members share their experiences with Apache

Watch the interviews with ASF Members Rich Bowen, Jean-Frederic Clere, Doug Cutting, Paul Fremantle, and Ross Gardler, on their experiences with Apache. Select clips from a series of interviews with ASF Members as well as Apache users and developers will be posted online through ApacheCon US, taking place 2-6 November 2009 in Oakland, California. Join […]


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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 […]


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Apache OFBiz Releases New Branch and Versioning System

One of the top enterprise software packages in the world, OFBiz boasts hundreds of experienced service providers and thousands of live production instances; the framework comprises mature eCommerce, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Customer Relationship Management functionality with a general enterprise software framework and a set of base and special purpose applications. Release Branch 9.4 features […]


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