Twitter signs up to sponsor open source Apache Software Foundation

Twitter signs up to sponsor open source Apache Software Foundation

arstechnica.com
Twitter’s open source office announced today that it has become a sponsor of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). As a sponsor, the social networking company will contribute financial resources to the ASF to help support the organization’s mission. The ASF is a non-profit organization that was originally founded in...
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