Open Source Leadership Grows with Accelerated Innovation and Adoption of Apache Projects

Forest Hill, MD —2 June 2015— The Apache® Software Foundation (ASF), the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of more than 350 Open Source projects and initiatives, announced today the availability of its annual report for its 2014-2015 fiscal year, which ended 30 April 2015.

Momentum continues to accelerate under the Apache umbrella, including:

Open Source Leadership --

  • 20th anniversary of the Apache HTTP Server Project
  • 15th anniversary of The Apache Software Foundation
  • More than 16,000 code commits per month
  • 831 Individual Contributor License Agreements (CLA), 58 Corporate CLAs, and 41 Software Grants signed 

Innovation --

  • More than 350 Projects in development
  • 17 new Apache Top-level Projects (TLPs)
  • 41 podlings in the Apache Incubator
  • Facilitated contribution with 317 Git and 296 Subversion repositories 

Community --

  • ASF Membership exceeded 600 individuals
  • 163 TLPs overseen by more than 2,000 Project Management Committee (PMC) members
  • Held hundreds of events globally, including ApacheCon Europe and North America, as well as countless conferences, workshops, and regional MeetUps
  • Mentored hundreds of students in "The Apache Way" of software development for the 11th consecutive year through the Google Summer of Code

Operations --

  • Bolstered Infrastructure, with 99.57% total uptime across all Apache services
  • Launched new "Powered by Apache" graphics and revised look-and-feel
  • Provided trademarks, brand management, and legal support for dozens of existing and new projects
  • Rise in corporate support, with 39 Sponsors
  • The ASF exited FY 2014 with revenue at $996K, ahead of projected budget

The full report is available online at

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