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Apache Developers' & Contributors' Overview

These apache.org/dev/ pages provide a directory of technical details pertinent to all Apache projects. This directory is focused on developers, committers, release managers and PMC members contributing to any Apache project.

If you can't find information here, then please ask on your project's mailing list, or contact the Community Development project's mailing list for more general questions. There are many experienced ASF people there to help. We also have a sitemap summarizing all the pointers available.

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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Licenses, Trademarks, and Legal issues

Version Control

Apache Project Websites

Software Product Releases

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.

Latest Activity

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

@infrabot: Confluence is back and ready for action! @ 19 May, 19:54
@infrabot: Confluence ( https://t.co/2JX2sMNfyr ) needs a resource bump, taking for a bit and then it should be right back up. @ 19 May, 19:45
@infrabot: UPDATE: performance on nexus VM has stabilized. Migration of the data to a new host is slow. will impact performance in the near future. @ 19 May, 05:18
[INFRA-11960] Use "Let's encrypt" for OFBiz demos SSL/TLS certificates
Currently OFBiz demos use a proxy to share the ASF wide SSL/TLS certificate. Could it be possible to use "Let's...
[INFRA-11255] Apache Thrift - x509 code signing certificates
We need to sign exe's, dll's and later probably other deployments and are intersted into Code Signing Certificates for Apache...
[INFRA-11020] Apache River Project - X509 code signing certificates for jar files
Apache River is currently reliant on insecure protocols such as MD5 for jar file integrity validation.

Apache River provides service...
[INFRA-11118] Participation in Code Signing by HTTP Server project
Raising a ticket to express interest...

For some time, the value of an ASF shipping Windows httpd binary has been...
[INFRA-11986] Unable to close staging repository: "1 rule failed; Apache Rules"
I am acting as the release manager for Apache Rat 0.12. As part of this job, I have deployed the...

The Infra Blog

AppVeyor CI now available for GitHub Mirrors

The ASF Infrastructure team is happy to announce that projects can how have AppVeyor CI setup on their GitHub mirrors.

 The only thing you need to do is create an...


Dear Apache

My name is Daniel Takamori and I'm so happy to be joining the Infra team here at Apache.  I'm from Oregon in the United States and really enjoy the rain. ...


Planned downtime for ReviewBoard

The ReviewBoard vm ran out of space and despite our best efforts to fix the space issue without restarting the service, that is the only option left.

The plan is...


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