The Apache Way
In the first in a series, Apache Software Foundation Director Ken Coar describes the “Apache Way,” the workings and methodologies of the Apache Software Foundation, the very successful open source conservatory.
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is a director, vice president, and one of the founders of The Apache Software Foundation. He also sits on the board of the Open Source Initiative, and is currently employed by IBM. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org