Thursday, May 10, 2007

Apache is Java Community Process Member of the year

The JCP have voted the Apache Software Foundation as "Member of the year 2007".
In the light of the recent waves Apache has been creating around IP restrictions on test kits this is either very ironic, or something of a show of support from the other members. In either case well done to the Apache folks who participate.

Geir Magnusson Jr. told ASF Members,

"It's a combination of our broad and deep participation in
expert groups, our numerous implementations of specifications, and
our activities as a EC member, where in our drive to bring our values
of transparency and openness, we push the JCP out of it's "comfort
zone", in a constructive and progressive manner that is good for the
ecosystem as a whole."


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