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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: NeXT Changes to the apache source? (fwd)
Date Wed, 22 May 1996 20:42:53 GMT

Interesting. I spoke with the legal chap quite awhile back
regarding their questions on clarification of the License.
He was very tight lipped and offered no response when I suggested
that perhaps NeXT could offer the help of their legal staff
to the Apache group's incorporation.




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> Date: Wed, 22 May 96 09:44:43 -0700
> From: Godfrey van der Linden <Godfrey_van_der_Linden@next.com>
> To: Brian Behlendorf <brian@hyperreal.com>
> Subject: Re: NeXT Changes to the apache source?
> 
> G'day Brian,
> 
> > By the way, is Apache the main web server distributed with web objects?
> > Did you do any custom modules for it?  Do people know they are using
> > Apache when they use WebObjects?
> 
> Yes apache is the web server we distribute with web objects.  We actually  
> distibute it as a seperate package.  Check out our web site for details.  I  
> believe we do ship with acknowledgments.  If they are a problem let me know.
> 
> We are in the process of developing a module that can be used to interface  
> with web objects but some of our priorities have changed.   Web objects works  
> with any of the major servers out there.  We have modules for Netscape and  
> Micro$oft platforms and we soon have one for apache.
> 
> I will probably not be involved with this stuff as I'm leaving NeXT real soon  
> now, but I will be handing the projects over to other people and I'll encourage  
> them to get in contact with the Web Dev Team.
> 
> Yours,
> 
> Godfrey van der Linden
> NeXT Software Inc.
> 
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> G'day Brian,
> 
> 
> <bold><italic>By the way, is Apache the main web server distributed with
> web objects?
> 
> Did you do any custom modules for it?  Do people know they are using
> 
> Apache when they use WebObjects?
> 
> 
> </italic></bold>Yes apache is the web server we distribute with web
> objects.  We actually distibute it as a seperate package.  Check out our
> web site for details.  I believe we do ship with acknowledgments.  If they
> are a problem let me know.
> 
> 
> We are in the process of developing a module that can be used to interface
> with web objects but some of our priorities have changed.   Web objects
> works with any of the major servers out there.  We have modules for
> Netscape and Micro$oft platforms and we soon have one for apache.
> 
> 
> I will probably not be involved with this stuff as I'm leaving NeXT real
> soon now, but I will be handing the projects over to other people and I'll
> encourage them to get in contact with the Web Dev Team.
> 
> <nofill>
> Yours,
> 
> Godfrey van der Linden
> NeXT Software Inc.
> </nofill>
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