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Apache web server, more than "a patchy web server"

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The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is readying itself for the 25th outing of its ApacheCon North America official conference, training and expo event.

The foundation describes its remit and status as a group of "all-volunteer developers, stewards and incubators" of what amounts to nearly 150 open source projects and initiatives inside Apache.

The Apache HTTP Server is a free of charge web server software noted for its significant role in the initial growth of the World Wide Web.

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