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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: FWW '96 report
Date Mon, 26 Aug 1996 19:53:15 GMT
> > 
> > Chuck Murcko wrote:
> > > 3) Beth Franks announced during the server sessions that Mosaic 3.0 and httpd
> > >    1.6 would be the last supported releases from NCSA. She is recommending
> > >    that NCSA users plan to switch to Apache in future. Plans for an public
> > >    announcement of this are not yet firm, and Beth agreed with me that
> > >    if/when this happens, we should coordinate for an Apache press release.
> > > 
> > >    NCSA will be returning to concentration on WWW R & D, like the Hacksaw
> > >    httpd (Java-based), etc.
> > 
> > I thought that was Jigsaw?
> 
> Hacksaw is our version of Jigsaw.  We're hoping it will be Jigsaw with
> a bunch of replacement modules, but it's too early to tell how close
> we will be able to keep the two projects.  (Sort of like NCSA HTTPd and
> Apache, we suspect they will diverge down the road.)  BTW, Hacksaw has
> been less than well received as a name by the powers that be, so we are
> once again searching for a name.  Unless we find one we like better, I
> suspect Hacksaw will stick.  I'll let you know if we go through a name 
> change.

Perhaps "SeeSaw"?  :)




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