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General Committers FAQ
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Apache Trademark Policy - for outside parties
Apache Project Branding Requirements - for projects
Overview of the ASF CMS for project websites
Reference Manual for working with ASF CMS
How to manage your project website
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This is an overview of activity going on with various Apache projects. SVN commits, bug reports, tweets, you name it.
Infra member Daniel Gruno writes:
To better provide our millions of users with downloads, the Apache Infrastructure Team has been restructuring the way downloads work for our main distribution...
After some bumpy DNS issues, Roller 6.0 is live!
The Infrastructure team (Infra) works behind the scenes to make it possible for Apache's galaxy of committers to do the cool stuff they do, and for the open-source world to...