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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34270] - Large POSTs over SSL from Internet Explorer do not complete successfully
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 20:43:40 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jrhett@svcolo.com  2006-03-30 21:43 -------
> If you would like to see this log file issue fixed prepare a patch and 

new to open source, are we?  Yes, that's the religion.  And like God, it doesn't
show its face much in the real world.

I've spent thousands of hours fixing major problems in open source projects.  My
fixes are fairly rarely implemented because whoever owns that piece of code was
ignoring the problem in the first place.  Or they don't care to fix it.  Or they
have some religious objection to it. ("who cares about MSIE problems? etc")

I stopped submitting unsolicited patches years ago.  The very few organizations
that do want and accept unsolicited patches are (a) responsive to the bug
reports and (b) willing to review them.  It's been nearly 10 years since Apache
did either.

So the truth is that, with Apache, the only way bugs get fixed is if one of the
maintainers cares enough.  And given constant reports of this problem and
confirmation from the maintainers about exactly where the problem is and what
needs to be done to fix it... but no patches, it's clear that they don't care. 
It's likely another personal war against MSIE.  Again. sigh.

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