The Document Foundation is the continuation of the OpenOffice.org community. And users of the OpenOffice.org application will want to use one of the newer releases of LibreOffice that have been created over the last years and are actually supported now.
It is great Apache volunteered to host the legacy content on the openoffice.org domain. And there might be an interesting future for Apache Office if IBM really contributes parts of Symphony to the project after all the copyleft code removal of the old code base. But it looks like it will be years before there will be a usable end user release.
Since TDF has also offered to host the legacy content in the past it would not be a bad idea if the ASF moved the domain and trademark to the TDF. IMHO that would be better for the community and end users that are looking for upgrades and new supported releases now. And it would allow the Apache project to stand on its own and innovate as the IBM Symphony successor.