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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.

Apache URL Shortener Service

Infrastructure hosts the s.apache.org URL shortening service for our committers. When writing PMC reports, please use this service and not other URL shorteners.

Latest Activity

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

@infrabot: [status] Resolved: This incident has been resolved. To view history or postmortem please visit… https://t.co/DyOpi8XaS2 @ 17 Sep, 06:38
@infrabot: [status] Investigating: We've acknowledged that WWW - TLP - US is down! Infra is on the case. https://t.co/mNefXOhFpO @ 17 Sep, 06:29
@infrabot: [status] Investigating: We've acknowledged that WWW - TLP - US is down! Infra is on the case. https://t.co/mNefXOhFpO @ 17 Sep, 06:29
[INFRA-16417] Brooklyn unstable builds
Our builds became unstable recently with the following errors:

ERROR: Error fetching remote repo 'origin'
hudson.plugins.git.GitException: Failed to fetch...
[INFRA-17054] Activate travis-ci integration with github
We recently added travis-ci integration in our repo:


But under https://travis-ci.org/apache/mynewt-nimble I get:

This is not an active...
[INFRA-16946] Transfer of NetBeans domain names to ASF
Grant document for brand and domain by Oracle accepted by Apache lists the following domain names as donated to Apache:...
[INFRA-17053] Maven 3.5.4 is not available on Jenkins node
This https://builds.apache.org/job/OpenMeetings%204.0.x/441 build has failed with message:

Building remotely on beam6 (beam) in workspace /home/jenkins/jenkins-slave/workspace/OpenMeetings 4.0.x
ERROR: Maven Home...
[INFRA-17052] planet.apache.org is unreachable
I followed the link on this page to planet.apache.org - https://www.apache.org/dev/committer-blogs It seems to be down / unreachable.

The Infra Blog

Position Available: Infrastructure Systems Administrator

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) seeks to fill an Infrastructure Systems Administrator position. You will be responsible for working with the existing technical infrastructure team.  The ASF manages a ...

Bringing GitPubSub to the Apache Jenkins build server

When it comes to [Jenkins], it has long been known that [polling must die].

While we could go and create post commit hooks in all the ASF hosted Git repositories,...

blogs.a.o moved, upgraded and improved

Hi All,

blogs.apache.org   - the site you are reading now! has had a bit of an update.

1. We moved it from an aged VM Host to the Cloud...

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