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From Rob Hartill <hart...@hyperreal.com>
Subject FYI.. (fwd)
Date Thu, 26 Oct 1995 21:56:45 GMT

No ack sent on this.

I'm not going to suggest any more timetables for 1.0 'cos they
just get ignored or rejected.


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> From jkh@FreeBSD.org  Thu Oct 26 02:05:22 1995
> Sender: jkh@time.cdrom.com
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> Date: Thu, 26 Oct 1995 02:04:46 -0700
> From: "Jordan K. Hubbard" <jkh@FreeBSD.org>
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> 
> In the upcoming FreeBSD 2.1 release, there is a configuration option off
> of one of the installation menus for installing and configuring (with a
> small sample home page) WEB server.  Given that I had nothing newer than
> Apache 0.8.14 to work with, I've sort of stapled this knowledge into the
> installation code and will be maintaining a pre-packaged version of
> Apache for FreeBSD on various FTP sites.  Such in-built knowledge is
> naturally somewhat evil and I don't particularly like it, but it was the
> only way I could really make the process completely seamless.
> 
> My question therefore is:  Is the idea of "bundling" a BETA version of
> your server in this way going to bother you in any way?  I looked at the
> other alternatives but there really aren't any given that we're all
> pretty avid Apache fans here (we use it for www.freebsd.org) and we'd
> like to encourage people to use your server over any of the
> alternatives.  I'm going to put 2.1 "in the can" in about 8-10 days
> here, so unless your 1.0 version is literally imminent, I'm not sure
> that I'll be able to sync with it.  For 2.1.1, certainly, but 2.1 is
> going to be tight!  Any comments?
> 
> Thanks!
> -- 
> 						Jordan
> 


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