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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: GUI Development for Apache
Date Thu, 12 Jun 1997 17:39:23 GMT
rasmus@bellglobal.com wrote:
> 
> > Is there enough interest in a GUI front end?  Do you mean accessible
> > via some web interface or some fancy Tk/AWT front to the configuration
> > files?  I'm up to speed with Tk these days, coming from chat client
> > land, working on some sneaky GUI might be appealing.
> > 
> > Um, but *IS* there enough interestin in a GUI front?  I've not heard of
> > *anyone* breaking sweat to build their own front end yet.
> 
> It might be more interesting to concentrate on developing Apache to make
> it easier to build configuration tools.  No matter which GUI-type we
> decide to make the "official" Apache GUI, it is not going to meet everyones'
> needs.  If everything could be configured via snmpset calls for example,
> then all sorts of interfaces could be built relatively painlessly.
> 

Hold on here... This discussion is just to create a mailing list
for a GUI front-end. Nothing that says Apache "efforts" must be
used to support it, just a list.

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