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From Andrew <and...@aaaaaaaa.demon.co.uk>
Subject Apache modules (fwd)
Date Tue, 27 Feb 1996 02:22:29 GMT
Anyone want to go for this?  I don't have time (or inclination) right now.

Ay.

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>   I am the editor of WEBSmith magazine.  We focus mainly on
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> purchasing machines, writing HTML, HTML standards, Java, and VRML
> among other topics.
> 
>   I saw a post recently in c.i.w.s.unix about Apache modules, and you
> were offering to help someone out...you wanted payed for your time and
> thanked for your patience.  I would like to thank you for your
> patience, and also pay you for your time.  I was wondering if you
> would be willing to write an article that covers writing an Apache
> module.  If you've written one, and would like to present the code and
> then talk about the API, or perhaps you have another idea?
> 
>   If you are interested in pursuing this, please let me know.
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