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Subject cvs commit: apache-site/info in_the_news_1997.html
Date Thu, 25 Jun 1998 15:29:02 GMT
coar        98/06/25 08:29:01

  Modified:    .        awards.html in_the_news.html
               info     in_the_news_1997.html
  Log:
  	Add a 1997 in-the-news reference, and make the 1998 ones comply
  	a *little* better with standard reference and citation syntax.
  	Oh, and update the awards page (not yet published) with a couple more.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +17 -1     apache-site/awards.html
  
  Index: awards.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-site/awards.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- awards.html	1998/06/18 11:38:04	1.2
  +++ awards.html	1998/06/25 15:28:58	1.3
  @@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
   <DIV ALIGN=CENTER>
    <H1>Awards Won by the Apache Web Server Software</H1>
    <HR>
  - <TABLE BORDER=0 WIDTH="95%">
  + <TABLE BORDER=1 WIDTH="95%">
     <TR ALIGN=CENTER>
      <TD><A HREF="http://newmedia.com/NewMedia/98/03/feature/web.html"
          ><IMG SRC="http://newmedia.com/NewMedia/98/03/feature/images/award.gif"
  @@ -25,6 +25,22 @@
      <TD><A HREF="http://serverwatch.internet.com/"
          ><IMG SRC="images/SWshowcase.gif" BORDER=0 HEIGHT=83 WIDTH=190
            ALT="ServerWatch Server Showcase Winner!"></A>
  +   </TD>
  +   <TD><CITE>Network Magazine</CITE>
  +    <BR>
  +    1998 Product of the Year
  +    <BR>
  +    (<A HREF="http://www.networkmagazine.com/magazine/archive/1998/04/9804poy.htm#Web_Server"
  +     >Web Server</A>)
  +   </TD>
  +  </TR>
  +  <TR ALIGN=CENTER>
  +   <TD COLSPAN=3><CITE>C|Net</CITE>
  +    <BR>
  +    Award for Internet Excellence
  +    <BR>
  +    (<A HREF="http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Special/Iawards98/ss02.html"
  +     >Web server software</A>)
      </TD>
     </TR>
    </TABLE>
  
  
  
  1.39      +294 -223  apache-site/in_the_news.html
  
  Index: in_the_news.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-site/in_the_news.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.38
  retrieving revision 1.39
  diff -u -r1.38 -r1.39
  --- in_the_news.html	1998/06/25 02:52:28	1.38
  +++ in_the_news.html	1998/06/25 15:28:59	1.39
  @@ -1,7 +1,9 @@
  -<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN">
  -<HTML><HEAD>
  -<TITLE>Apache in the News</TITLE>
  -</HEAD>
  +<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"
  + "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd">
  +<HTML>
  + <HEAD>
  +  <TITLE>Apache in the News</TITLE>
  + </HEAD>
   <!-- Background white, links blue (unvisited), navy (visited), red (active) -->
   <BODY
    BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF"
  @@ -13,248 +15,317 @@
   
   <IMG SRC="images/apache_sub.gif" ALT="">
   <H2>Apache in the News</H2>
  +<P>
   Since becoming the #1 Web server, Apache has featured in a number
   of reviews and articles.  If you have seen a story about Apache on
   the Web or in the press 
  -<A HREF="mailto:mjc@apache.org">let us know</A> so that we can include it here.
  -<P><UL>
  -<LI><A HREF="info/in_the_news_1997.html">Articles in 1996 and 1997</a>
  +<A HREF="mailto:mjc@apache.org">let us know</A>
  +so that we can include it here.
  +</P>
  +<UL>
  + <LI><A HREF="info/in_the_news_1997.html">Articles in 1996 and 1997</A>
  + </LI>
   </UL>
   <HR>
   
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>IBM News</CITE>, 22 June 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.ibm.com/News/1998/06/223.phtml"
  +  >IBM ... Bundles leading-edge tools and technologies from
  +   Apache and NetObjects into IBM WebSphere Application Server</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"IBM will ship the Apache HTTP server with the IBM WebSphere Application
  + Server, helping current Apache users to evolve to e-business solutions.
  + As part of the WebSphere Application Server package, IBM will provide
  + commercial, enterprise-level support for the Apache HTTP Server. In addition,
  + IBM will be a full participant in the Apache HTTP Server Project,
  + a collaborative development effort, and will make contributions to
  + enhance the capabilities of the Apache HTTP Server."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
   <P>
  -<STRONG>IBM News, 22 June 1998: </STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.ibm.com/News/1998/06/223.phtml">
  -<STRONG><CITE>IBM ... Bundles leading-edge tools and technologies from
  -Apache and NetObjects into IBM WebSphere Application Server</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -"IBM will ship the Apache HTTP server with the IBM WebSphere Application
  -Server, helping current Apache users to evolve to e-business solutions.
  -As part of the WebSphere Application Server package, IBM will provide
  -commercial, enterprise-level support for the Apache HTTP Server. In addition,
  -IBM will be a full participant in the Apache HTTP Server Project,
  -a collaborative development effort, and will make contributions to
  -enhance the capabilities of the Apache HTTP Server."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
   Other press about this announcement:
  +</P>
   <UL>
  -<LI><A HREF="press/22Jun98.html">Apache Group press release</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="http://www.thestandard.net/articles/article_display/0,1449,720,00.html?01">
  -The Industry Standard: IBM to Adopt Apache as Preferred E-commerce Server</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/news/0615/19mibm.html">PC Week: IBM
backs freeware Apachein new app server</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/business/story/13117.html">Wired
News: IBM Picks Apache</A>
  -<LI><A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,23364,00.html?st.ne.fd.gif.f">CNet's
News.com: IBM fuels "freeware" efforts </A>
  + <LI><A HREF="press/22Jun98.html">Apache Group press release</A>
  + </LI>
  + <LI><CITE>The Industry Standard</CITE>:
  +     "<A HREF="http://www.thestandard.net/articles/article_display/0,1449,720,00.html?01"
  +      >IBM to Adopt Apache as Preferred E-commerce Web Server</A>"
  + </LI>
  + <LI><CITE>PC Week</CITE>:
  +     "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/pcweek/news/0615/19mibm.html"
  +      >IBM backs freeware Apache in new app server</A>"
  + </LI>
  + <LI><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
  +     "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/business/story/13117.html"
  +      >IBM Picks Apache</A>"
  + </LI>
  + <LI>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
  +     "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,23364,00.html?st.ne.fd.gif.f"
  +      >IBM fuels 'freeware' efforts</A>"
  + </LI>
   </UL>
   
   
   <P>
  -<STRONG>Software Development, June 1998: </STRONG>
  -<STRONG><CITE>Apache: An Open-Source Software Success Story</CITE></STRONG>
  -by Warren Keuffel
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Fast Company, May 1998, Issue 14, page 38: </STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.fastcompany.com/online/14/rftf.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>The Best Things in Life Are Free</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -"Apache's real miracle is not so much its success in the software market
  -as its magnetic draw in the talent market. No single company could hope
  -to hire the diverse programming team that came together to create Apache.
  -Even more amazingly, this global collection of brainpower received no
  -compensation for its effort. Sure, the product is free. But so is the labor."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Performance Computing, May 1998: </STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.performancecomputing.com/columns/web/9805.shtml">
  -<STRONG><CITE>The Apache HTTP Server</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -"it's no secret that an Apache-UNIX combination
  -for a Web server yields the most in terms of performance
  -and stability, since Apache servers are optimized for
  -efficient Web transactions while simultaneously being
  -more stable than the commercial Microsoft and Netscape
  -offerings."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>WEBTechniques, May 1998, Volume 3, Issue 5:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.WebTechniques.com/features/1998/05/engelschall/engelschall.shtml">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Load Balancing Your Web Site</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -Article from the Apache Group member 
  -<A HREF="contributors/#rse">Ralf S. Engelschall</A>
  -about two practical approaches for distributing HTTP traffic between websites:
  -A DNS-based round-robin method and an Apache-based random-choice method. 
  -<EM>"The
  -Apache-based method presents a solution where a heavily stripped down Apache
  -1.3 webserver is configured as a reverse proxy in front of backend webservers
  -via a tricky mod_rewrite/mod_proxy combination."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Network Magazine, April 1998: </STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.networkmagazine.com/magazine/archive/1998/04/9804poy.htm#Web_Server">
  -<STRONG><CITE>The 1998 Products of the Year</CITE></STRONG></A>
(registration
  -required)
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -Apache wins the 1998 product of the Year award in the "Web Server" category
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>ZDNet, April 1998: </STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/content/inwk/0512/303374.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Web Servers: Offering More Services</CITE></STRONG></A>

  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -A report on the divergence between embedded web servers and servers 
  -for traditional operating systems.  It also covers the multiprocess versus 
  -multithreaded issue for web servers, 
  -<EM>"Apache is an example of a
  -multiprocess Web server. IIS from Microsoft
  -and Enterprise Server from Netscape use a multithreaded
  -approach."</EM>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>C|Net, 9 Mar 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Special/Iawards98/ss02.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>C|Net Award for Internet Excellence goes to Apache</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -"Part of Apache's charm is that it costs nothing and that its source
  -code is freely available for anyone to take and customize or
  -extend. Of course, free wouldn't count for much if the software
  -didn't work, but the Apache Project has built a stable, speedy Web
  -server that runs on almost all flavors of Unix, OS/2, and even
  -Windows. "
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Computer Currents, 3 Mar 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.currents.net/magazine/national/1605/inet1605.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Intranet Explorer: Free Service</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -"All in all, the latest releases of Apache are attractive solutions for
  -anyone who wants to run a Web site. You get cross-platform support,
  -adherence to the important standards, and a fast, powerful Web server
  -that's easy to set up and maintain. And the price is right. If you're
  -looking for a Web server, definitely take a look at Apache."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>CNet's BUILDER.COM, 24 Feb 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://builder.cnet.com/Servers/NtWeb/ss05.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Running on NT: 5 Web servers compared - Apache 1.3b3</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -  "Apache is the ultimate in minimalist server software. There's
  -  no fancy Windows- or HTML-based administration interface,
  -  just a few text configuration files that you edit in your
  -  favorite text editor. For people weaned on fancy GUIs, the
  -  text files take a bit of getting used to. After a while,
  -  though, you'll appreciate the absolute control they offer.
  -  With a GUI, you can never really be sure what's happening
  -  behind the scenes. With Apache you know, because you're
  -  the one editing all the configuration information by hand. "
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Wired News, 9 Feb 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10136.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Filename Bug Leaves Servers Open to Snoops</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -  "Marc Slemko, a Canadian university student and
  -  member of the Apache Web Project, discovered the
  -  bug in January while testing the new Windows NT
  -  version of the Apache web server for potential
  -  security problems."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>News.com, 1 Feb 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.news.com/SpecialFeatures/0,5,18652,00.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Source Code for the Masses</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -  "The freeware philosophy
  -  places the responsibility of creating, changing,
  -  and debugging complex systems in the hands
  -  of complete strangers linked only by the
  -  Internet and their love of technology."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>ABCNews.com, 29 Jan 1998:</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.abcnews.com/sections/business/apache_0129/index.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Apache: Peaceful Web Warrior</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  -  "Most of the people in the Apache Group are old
  -  Web veterans," says Apache member Jim Jagielski. "We
  -  love the Web and we love Apache. Its very similar to
  -  how things used to be in the early days."
  -</EM></BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>Various, 22 Jan 1998: Netscape Releases Source to Navigator 5.0</STRONG>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  -  Netscape has decided to release source code to their Navigator
  -  product line; a move that has been compared favorably to the methods
  -  by which Apache is developed. Here are some links to stories on the
  -  announcement which mentioned Apache:
  -  <UL>
  -  <LI><A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/9813.html">
  -      <STRONG>Wired News:</STRONG> Netscape Frees Communicator 5.0 Code</A>
  -  <LI><A name="http://headlines.yahoo.com/zdnews/stories/885575313.html">
  -      <STRONG>ZDNews:</STRONG> Netscape's harshest critic: A 'brilliant move'</A>
(no longer available)
  -  <LI><A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,18392,00.html">
  -      <STRONG>News.com:</STRONG> Netscape's play: Bold or desperate?</A>
  -  <LI><A HREF="http://www.msnbc.com/news/139296.asp">
  -      <STRONG>MSNBC:</STRONG> A Titanic challenge to Microsoft</A>
  -  </UL>
  -</BLOCKQUOTE>
  -
  -<P>
  -<STRONG>CNN Custom News, 6 Jan 1998</STRONG>
  -<A name="http://customnews.cnn.com/cnews/pna.show_story?p_art_id=2216942&p_section_name=S">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Apache Servers Pass 50% in Web Server Survey</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -(no longer available)
  -<BR>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Software Development</CITE>, June 1998:
  + "Apache: An Open-Source Software Success Story,"
  + by Warren Keuffel
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Fast Company</CITE>, May 1998, Issue 14, page 38:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.fastcompany.com/online/14/rftf.html"
  +  >The Best Things in Life Are Free</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"Apache's real miracle is not so much its success in the software market
  + as its magnetic draw in the talent market. No single company could hope
  + to hire the diverse programming team that came together to create Apache.
  + Even more amazingly, this global collection of brainpower received no
  + compensation for its effort. Sure, the product is free. But so is the
  + labor."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Performance Computing</CITE>, May 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.performancecomputing.com/columns/web/9805.shtml"
  +  >The Apache HTTP Server</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"it's no secret that an Apache-UNIX combination
  + for a Web server yields the most in terms of performance
  + and stability, since Apache servers are optimized for
  + efficient Web transactions while simultaneously being
  + more stable than the commercial Microsoft and Netscape
  + offerings."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>WEBTechniques</CITE>, May 1998, Volume 3, Issue 5:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.WebTechniques.com/features/1998/05/engelschall/engelschall.shtml"
  +  >Load Balancing Your Web Site</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + Article from Apache Group member 
  + <A HREF="contributors/#rse">Ralf S. Engelschall</A>
  + about two practical approaches for distributing HTTP traffic between websites:
  + A DNS-based round-robin method and an Apache-based random-choice method. 
  + <EM>"The Apache-based method presents a solution where a heavily
  + stripped down Apache 1.3 webserver is configured as a reverse proxy in
  + front of backend webservers via a tricky mod_rewrite/mod_proxy
  + combination."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Network Magazine</CITE>, April 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.networkmagazine.com/magazine/archive/1998/04/9804poy.htm#Web_Server"
  +  >The 1998 Products of the Year</A>" (registration required)
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
   <BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>
  -  "The Apache Web server, and its related versions, can now be found on
  -  over half of all servers on the open Internet, according to the
  -  January Web server survey of Britain's Netcraft. The company
  -  automatically polled 1,834,710 Web sites for its latest survey."
  - </EM>
  + Apache wins the 1998 product of the Year award in the "Web Server"
  + category.
   </BLOCKQUOTE>
   
   <P>
  -<STRONG>Internetnews.com, 5 Jan 1998</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="http://www.internetnews.com/wd-news/1998/01/0501-apache.html">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Apache Server Still the King</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BR>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>
  -  "The Apache Web Server initially got its start as a set of patches to
  -  the original NCSA Web Server in 1995. It was one of the first servers
  -  to implement the HTTP/1.1 protocol, and has since established itself
  -  as the leading Web server, far surpassing both Microsoft and Netscape
  -  Web servers."
  - </EM>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>ZDNet</CITE>, April 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/content/inwk/0512/303374.html"
  +  >Web Servers: Offering More Services</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + A report on the divergence between embedded web servers and servers 
  + for traditional operating systems.  It also covers the multiprocess versus 
  + multithreaded issue for web servers:
  + <EM>"Apache is an example of a
  + multiprocess Web server. IIS from Microsoft
  + and Enterprise Server from Netscape use a multithreaded
  + approach."</EM>
   </BLOCKQUOTE>
   
   <P>
  -<STRONG>Apache Group Press Release, 5 Jan 1998</STRONG>
  -<A HREF="press/05Jan98.txt">
  -<STRONG><CITE>Apache Webserver Serves Over Half The Internet</CITE></STRONG></A>
  -<BR>
  -<BLOCKQUOTE>
  - <EM>
  -  "The Apache Web Server, from the Apache Group,
  -  now serves over half the domains on the Internet, according to the
  -  latest Netcraft Web Server Survey. "
  - </EM>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>C|Net</CITE>, 9 Mar 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.cnet.com/Content/Reviews/Special/Iawards98/ss02.html"
  +  >C|Net Award for Internet Excellence goes to Apache</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"Part of Apache's charm is that it costs nothing and that its source
  + code is freely available for anyone to take and customize or
  + extend. Of course, free wouldn't count for much if the software
  + didn't work, but the Apache Project has built a stable, speedy Web
  + server that runs on almost all flavors of Unix, OS/2, and even
  + Windows."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Computer Currents</CITE>, 3 Mar 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.currents.net/magazine/national/1605/inet1605.html"
  +  >Intranet Explorer: Free Service</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"All in all, the latest releases of Apache are attractive solutions for
  + anyone who wants to run a Web site. You get cross-platform support,
  + adherence to the important standards, and a fast, powerful Web server
  + that's easy to set up and maintain. And the price is right. If you're
  + looking for a Web server, definitely take a look at Apache."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + C|Net's <CITE>BUILDER.COM</CITE>, 24 Feb 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://builder.cnet.com/Servers/NtWeb/ss05.html"
  +  >Running on NT: 5 Web servers compared - Apache 1.3b3</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"Apache is the ultimate in minimalist server software. There's
  + no fancy Windows- or HTML-based administration interface,
  + just a few text configuration files that you edit in your
  + favorite text editor. For people weaned on fancy GUIs, the
  + text files take a bit of getting used to. After a while,
  + though, you'll appreciate the absolute control they offer.
  + With a GUI, you can never really be sure what's happening
  + behind the scenes. With Apache you know, because you're
  + the one editing all the configuration information by hand."</EM>
   </BLOCKQUOTE>
   
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Wired News</CITE>, 9 Feb 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/10136.html"
  +  >Filename Bug Leaves Servers Open to Snoops</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"Marc Slemko, a Canadian university student and
  + member of the Apache Web Project, discovered the
  + bug in January while testing the new Windows NT
  + version of the Apache web server for potential
  + security problems."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>, 1 Feb 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/SpecialFeatures/0,5,18652,00.html"
  +  >Source Code for the Masses</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"The freeware philosophy
  + places the responsibility of creating, changing,
  + and debugging complex systems in the hands
  + of complete strangers linked only by the
  + Internet and their love of technology."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>ABCNews.com</CITE>, 29 Jan 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.abcnews.com/sections/business/apache_0129/index.html"
  +  >Apache: Peaceful Web Warrior</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"Most of the people in the Apache Group are old
  + Web veterans," says Apache member Jim Jagielski. "We
  + love the Web and we love Apache. Its very similar to
  + how things used to be in the early days."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + Various, 22 Jan 1998: Netscape Releases Source to Navigator 5.0
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + Netscape has decided to release source code to their Navigator
  + product line; a move that has been compared favorably to the methods
  + by which Apache is developed. Here are some links to stories on the
  + announcement which mentioned Apache:
  + <UL>
  +  <LI><STRONG><CITE>Wired News</CITE>:
  +      "<A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/technology/story/9813.html"
  +       >Netscape Frees Communicator 5.0 Code</A>"</STRONG>
  +  </LI>
  +  <LI><STRONG><CITE>ZDNews</CITE>:
  +      "<A NAME="http://headlines.yahoo.com/zdnews/stories/885575313.html"
  +       >Netscape's harshest critic: A 'brilliant move'</A>"</STRONG>
  +       (no longer available)
  +  </LI>
  +  <LI><STRONG>C|Net's <CITE>News.com</CITE>:
  +      "<A HREF="http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,18392,00.html"
  +       >Netscape's play: Bold or desperate?</A>"</STRONG>
  +  </LI>
  +  <LI><STRONG><CITE>MSNBC</CITE>:
  +      "<A HREF="http://www.msnbc.com/news/139296.asp"
  +       >A Titanic challenge to Microsoft</A>"</STRONG>
  +  </LI>
  + </UL>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>CNN Custom News</CITE>, 6 Jan 1998:
  + "<A NAME="http://customnews.cnn.com/cnews/pna.show_story?p_art_id=2216942&p_section_name=S"
  +  >Apache Servers Pass 50% in Web Server Survey</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +(no longer available)
  +<P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"The Apache Web server, and its related versions, can now be found on
  + over half of all servers on the open Internet, according to the
  + January Web server survey of Britain's Netcraft. The company
  + automatically polled 1,834,710 Web sites for its latest survey."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>Internetnews.com</CITE>, 5 Jan 1998:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.internetnews.com/wd-news/1998/01/0501-apache.html"
  +  >Apache Server Still the King</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"The Apache Web Server initially got its start as a set of patches to
  + the original NCSA Web Server in 1995. It was one of the first servers
  + to implement the HTTP/1.1 protocol, and has since established itself
  + as the leading Web server, far surpassing both Microsoft and Netscape
  + Web servers."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + Apache Group Press Release, 5 Jan 1998:
  + "<A HREF="press/05Jan98.txt"
  +  >Apache Webserver Serves Over Half The Internet</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"The Apache Web Server, from the Apache Group, now serves over half
  + the domains on the Internet, according to the latest Netcraft Web
  + Server Survey."</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
   
   
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    </EM>
   </BLOCKQUOTE>
   
  +<P>
  +<STRONG>
  + <CITE>La Nacion</CITE>, 1 July 1997:
  + "<A HREF="http://www.lanacion.com/suples/infor/00notas/05-apache/nota.htm"
  +  >apache! con el calor del viejo esp&iacute;ritu</A>"
  +</STRONG>
  +(Spanish)
  +</P>
  +<BLOCKQUOTE>
  + <EM>"la historia del servidor m&aacute;s popular de Internet"</EM>
  +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  +
   <P><STRONG>Wired, June 28th 1997:
   <A HREF="http://www.wired.com/news/news/wiredview/story/4753.html">Software Wants
to Be Free</A></STRONG>
   <BR><BLOCKQUOTE><EM>
  
  
  

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