The Apache Software Foundation today announced that it has appointed Danny Angus and Ted Dunning as members to the Board of Directors. Angus will be serving as a first-time Board Member, and Dunning will be returning as a Board Member. They are filling the positions previously held by Jim Jagielski, who has resigned his position as Board Member, and Phil Steitz, who has resigned his position as Board Member and Chairman. In addition, Ross Gardler has resigned as Executive Vice President and has been replaced by David Nalley, who also serves as Vice President ASF Infrastructure. For more information on ASF governance, visit

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is the world's largest Open Source foundation. Since 1999 the ASF been developing, shepherding, and incubating 300+ 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 process known as "The Apache Way," more than 750 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.

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