The Apache Foundation published its 2018 annual report. The main highlights:

  • Publication of the 5-year strategic plan
  • Profit for FY2017-2018: $548,630
  • Fundraising yielded a positive net income and raised 150% of goals
  • 194 Top-Level communities overseeing 319 Apache projects and sub-projects
  • More than 6,700 code committers
  • 3,280 Committers changed 71,186,324 lines of code over 222,684 commits
  • 16 newly-graduated Top-Level Projects from the Apache Incubator
  • 54 projects currently undergoing development in the Apache Incubator
  • 35M page views per week across apache.org
  • ~9M source code downloads served from Apache mirrors on a yearly basis (excluding convenience binaries)
  • Main languages used are Java, C, Python, C++  and JavaScript.

This year’s most popular projects were Hadoop, Ambari, Camel, Ignite, and Beam. By size, the repos for OpenOffice, NetBeans, Flex, Hadoop, and Trafodion took up the most space on the ASF servers.

You’ll find the full report from ASF here.