Apache hits millionth commit milestone
A change to Apache Software Foundation's SOLR, a sub-project of Apache Lucene, which added "full parameter substitution for function queries" became the millionth commit made to the Apache Software Foundation's repository.
The commit, made by ASF member Yonik Seeley, was the millionth change made by the 300 members and 2,300 committers who collaborate on the Apache Foundation's many projects, all available under the Apache Licence. The Apache Software Foundation uses Subversion for its source code control system, itself an Apache project since being submitted to the Apache Incubator by Collabnet in 2009.
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