Apache Software Foundation Celebrates 25 Years


The all-volunteer organization focuses on community over code.

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

The all-volunteer organization – including developers, stewards, and incubators of more than 320 active open source projects and initiatives – was founded with a mission to provide software for the public good.

“For 25 years the foundation has delivered reliable software that fuels innovation and powers organizations of all sizes,” says the announcement. “From the flagship Apache HTTP project to more recent projects spanning AI/ML, big data, cloud computing, financial tech, geospatial, IoT, search, and more – ASF projects serve the public good with use cases such as fueling cancer research; aiding in clean energy research; and reducing food waste.”

“The ASF exists to help build open source projects that can stand the test of time by focusing on community over code,” said David Nalley, Apache Software Foundation President.

Read more at Apache Software Foundation.



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