On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 10:32 PM, Radhakrishna Kalyan
<nrkkal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ...Till now I found Apache created applications or libraries that are more
> generic which can be used in any domain like(Medicine, Engineering, Finance
> etc.) where ever applicable. And that is good...

Yes, it's correct that the Apache model works very well for
infrastructure software, that can be used in many different domains.

As other have mentioned, however, we do have a few projects which are
successful in more specialized and domain-specific areas.

One thing to note is that, contrary to other similar foundations, the
Apache Software Foundation does not have a technical strategy. We are
here to provide a neutral space for people to collaborate on our
projects, but from the foundation's point of view we don't really care
what kind of software those projects create.

So if you have a specific project in mind, as also mentioned here
proposals can be made via http://incubator.apache.org/ , ideally after
seeding the project with some code and at least an embryo of a


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