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Rename page to Apache OpenNLP[edit]

I think is a little bit confusing. The full name of the software product is Apache OpenNLP, like Apache Maven, Apache Brooklyn and so many others. It's true that in the project lifecycle, it got donated from a different Manufacturer, only lately being part of ASF. I think more information can be found on: ASF Trademarks page

Yes, it is true. Azbarcea (talk) 23:18, 31 October 2017 (UTC)