Celebrating 20 years of community-led development "The Apache Way"
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Marketing & Publicity team oversees the ASF's public image, handles day-to-day media and analyst relations, and supports the Foundation by counseling 350+ Apache projects and their communities in the areas of messaging, outreach, and engagement.
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KINDLY NOTE: due to volume, the ASF Marketing & Publicity team are only able to assist with issues pertaining to media/analyst activities. Telephone calls received from accredited journalists and industry analysts will be responded to at our earliest opportunity, however, we apologize, are otherwise unable to respond to callers.
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ASF Marketing & Publicity are receiving an increasing number of queries pertaining to issues with mobile devices. Please note that the vast majority of Apache projects/software function as "ingredient brands", and are not the final end-user product --as a cook would use eggs in a cake or an omelette, for example. Even if only the Apache License is used, the ASF is not responsible for that product. If you are experiencing difficulty with an app or have a specific performance issue or a security concern with your mobile device or other hardware (desktop, laptop, etc.), you will need to contact the creator of that app/program, your mobile service provider, or the hardware manufacturer’s tech support for assistance.
This document collects a small selection of past press releases, open letters, and other notable public documents produced by The Apache Software Foundation (ASF).
Please see our updated listing of current News and Announcements.
From time to time the ASF publishes open letters on matters that we believe are important to our projects and our ability to produce code for the public good in a meritocratic and community-driven way.
Open Letter to Sun Microsystems - An open letter discussing licensing restrictions in the Java SE JCK which are contrary to the terms of the JSPA.
This is a selected list of past noteworthy press releases that the ASF has issued; we separately publish current News and Announcements. . Note that there are many more releases about the ASF's various projects and ApacheCon as well.
THE APACHE GROUP INCORPORATES TO BECOME THE APACHE SOFTWARE FOUNDATION (June 1999) - original press release celebrating the ASF's founding.