Apache Foundation announces project migration to GitHub
The Apache Software Foundation is the largest open source software foundation with a volunteer community that manages more than 200 million lines of code. These Apache projects initially offered two version control services through ASF Infrastructure: Apache Subversion and Git. Over the years, more and more projects and communities have wanted to see the project source code on GitHub. These projects are just read-only images and have limited ability to use GitHub tools.
The Apache said it has reached a partnership with GitHub management to explore how the project will thrive and what it can achieve in the future.