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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: 1.2.6
Date Tue, 24 Feb 1998 03:23:13 GMT
At 09:39 PM 2/22/98 -0500, you wrote:
>On Sun, 22 Feb 1998, Dean Gaudet wrote:
>>     to test older versions.  The apache-1.2-testers mailing list is
>>     intended for the announcement and discussion of pre-releases of
>>     Apache 1.2.  Please do *not* discuss features, as they will not be
>>     accepted into Apache 1.2.
>Why don't you llan for the future and name it apache-stable-testers so
>you're ready when you've moved on to 2.x and 1.3 is the stable release? 

Okay, I've set up two new mailing lists:

"stable" being defined as release 1.2, "current" being defined as 1.3.

Here's the "info" file from stable-testers, something similar to it is set
up for current-testers:


This list is for volunteers willing to test drive versions of the
"stable" branch of the Apache HTTP Server right before a public
release.  As of 02/23/1998 this is version 1.2.

This is predominantly a one-way forum: when the Apache Group has a new
release ready, they will let this list know about it first, and then
it is *expected* that people will pull it down from the Apache web
site and give it a spin.  If you see a problem, and have done your due
diligence to make sure it isn't a configuration error, and it's
definitely a difference in behavior from the last public release in
the series, then please post here about it.

Thanks!  And welcome to the team!

        The Apache Group


If this sounds cool, we could probably announce this to the apache-announce


specialization is for insects

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