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These pages attempt to list all resources and information related to ASF development process.

It contains information aimed at developers, committers, release managers and pmc members. If you cannot find your answers here, then please ask on your project mailing lists. There are many experienced ASF people there to help. The content is categorized below. Alternatively, this sitemap summarizing all the information in /dev/ is available. Some further content starts its life on the General Wiki, and may move to these pages as it matures.

Here you can find information about tools and processes used by Apache projects and the ASF to manage our source code, our mailing lists, our websites, and also How-To guides for committers and Project Management Committees (PMCs).

Apache Infrastructure

Committers and Contributors

Project Management Committees (PMC)

All requests for Infrastructure assistance need to be sure that the relevant project PMC is involved. Remember that PMCs can handle many Infrastructure items for themselves.

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Issue and Bug Tracking

Each project uses their own issue tracker to track bugs, requests, and other action items - typically JIRA or BugZilla. Every Apache project decides how to track issues, so see each project website to find how they track issues.

Mailing Lists

Pasting data to others

Apache provides a paste bin service for committers to use at https://paste.apache.org.

Anyone can view the pastes (except those marked 'committers only'), but only committers are allowed to paste new data on the site.

Read about how paste.a.o works on the site or read this overview blog post.

Latest Activity

This is an overview of activity going on with our projects. SVN commits, bug reports, tweets, you name it.

@infrabot: In 1 hour, the SSL cert chain fix will be deployed, requiring a restart of some web services. Check http://t.co/tJZI9RKIyz more mor info. @ 26 May, 16:06
@infrabot: jira back, all good @ 21 May, 15:09
@infrabot: Jira getting a reboot in 40 minutes (4PM GMT) should be down for 10 minutes @ 21 May, 14:22
[INFRA-9743] Jenkins build with Java 1.5 not possible
Using JDK 1.5 failed, because a part of Jenkins seems to be compiled for JDK 1.6

[tobago-1.0.x] $ /home/jenkins/tools/java/ibm-1.5-32/bin/java -Xmx2g...
[INFRA-9742] Jenkins Maven Version: Link for "Maven 3 (latest)" is not up-to-date
Hi,

in Jenkins the Maven version "Maven 3 (latest)" uses 3.0.4 and not the installed version 3.2.1.

By the way,...
[INFRA-9720] Github comments on Dev list for JMeter
Hi,

Can you turn on Github pull requests comments for Apache JMeter dev-list (pull requests notifications is already setup, but...
[INFRA-9516] Create JIRA for Myriad

[INFRA-9559] Wicket project wants to use the new gitpubsub service for its site. Please create repo with a name 'wicket-site'

The Infra Blog

Planned downtime for Jira

Hi All,

There will be a planned reboot of Jira on Thursday 21st May at 16:00 UTC+1

This is 72 hours notice as recommended in our Core Services planned downtime...


Mail Service Architecture Changes

For the past few months the Infrastructure team have been working extremely hard to re-design, implement and manage changes to the email service architecture.  Today we are proud to announce...


Apache Services and SHA-1 SSL Cert deperecation

As some of you may have already encountered, certain services within Apache appear to have broken SSL support. While the cert is still valid, there is a part of the...


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