The values shown below are those that should be used in the DOAP files maintained by ASF Projects.
The Categories listed in a DOAP file may be any combination of the following. Each should be included on a seperate line as shown in the example below.
This list is not meant to be definitive. If there is not a suitable category then please use a suitable term and send an email to site-dev at apache.org with details of your addition.
Remember that the idea behind categories is to create groups of
related projects. Please do not add every possible descriptive
keyword for your project as a category. Instead, add a category if it
will be useful for linking your project to other projects, and in
particular, other Apache projects.
||Projects related to technology involved with Big Data.
||Projects related to building/maintaining source code/websites.
||Projects relating to provisioning, managing, running or creating cloud services.
||Projects relating to storing, processing, transforming, reading and rendering content.
||Projects related to databases.
||Related to the HyperText Transfer Protocol.
||Modules designed for use by the Apache HTTP Server.
||Projects that implement one or more of the JCP JSRs required by the Java EE specifications.
||A library meant to be used by other applications.
||Servers or applications related to internet mail protocols.
||Projects to enable or run on mobile devices.
||Anything that acts as a client across a network.
||Anything that acts as a server across a network.
||Libraries that support or applications that utilize the OSGi framework.
||A product that is no longer expected to be developed.
||Software designed to test or verify other software.
||Unifying frameworks for website development.
||Software based on XML technologies.