Apache Software Foundation

The ApacheSoftwareFoundation (http://www.apache.org) is a not-for-profit corporation that exists 'to provide organizational, legal, and financial support for the Apache open-source software projects'. It has formerly been known as the ApacheGroup.

The ApacheSoftwareFoundation manages a number of projects, including the original httpd (ApacheHttpd) project, the JakartaProject, the XMLProject, and a growing array of other projects.

ApacheCon? - the world wide conference of all things Apache, this November 16-19, 2003 - also has it's own wiki for conference attendees http://apachecon.com/wiki/

Some ASF software:

All ASF software uses the AsfLicense?. No software from the ASF is using the GplLicense?.

They also now have their own ApacheWiki.

Is ApacheSoap (see http://ws.apache.org/soap/features.html) still being used much? Was it ever? Is there a more current toolkit available elsewhere? -- dl

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