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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: FreeBSD port of Apache (fwd)
Date Wed, 17 Jul 1996 21:53:15 GMT

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Date: Wed, 17 Jul 1996 21:57:50 +0400 (MSD)
From: "[KOI8-R] Андрей Чернов" <>
To: Randy Terbush <>
Subject: Re: FreeBSD port of Apache

Hi, Randy.

> I noticed that you are applying some patches to the server that are
> not in our standard distribution. We have included these patches for
> consideration in future releases of Apache.

It is some mystery for me with all that "we'll include for consideration" :-)

Story so far:
In early Apache 1.0.3 days I sent this patches (with detailed explanation)
to apache-bugs mailing list and someone from it
tells me that "we'll considered them for 1.0.5" (I don't keep a copy).
1.1 Apache release comes and nothing happens :-(

Recently I send this patches to apache-bugs list again (with detailed
explanation) and got following reply:
From: Rob Hartill <>

Thanks for the explanation and patch. It will now be considered by
the developers for 1.2 or 2.0

Now when you tell me that "we'll included" I have warm and terrible
filling at once :-)
1) It is nice that I get yet one "we'll included" reply to increase
this patch chances.
2) Does it mean that you don't saw this patch in apache-bugs mailing list
recently? Does apache-bugs mailing list really passes to
developers and not stopped in the middle by some reviewer?
What is most stable and comfortable for developers way
to contact them?

I have many materials for discussion in I18N area mainly related
to "charset=" handling.

> Since you are technically not distributing Apache-1.1.1, could I 
> request that you change the #define for SERVER_VERSION to
> #define SERVER_VERSION "Apache/1.1.1 FreeBSD-port"

Ok, I'll change ports collection ASAP.

Andrey A. Chernov

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