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From Jim Jagielski <>
Subject Re: Apache 2000, err Apache 2.0 gets real
Date Sun, 01 Aug 1999 13:11:19 GMT
As far as I can tell, everyone seems quite comfy with the idea
of -mpm becoming the "official" 2.0 framework...

Ralf S. Engelschall wrote:
> In article <> you wrote:
> > [...]
> > It's time to create Apache 2.0 and begin working on our first
> > beta-release.
> > [...]
> I see a lot of confusion in the group and with the recent fork-offs it became
> clear that we tend to do quick forks to avoid even more frustration. That's ok
> for evaluation approaches like Apache/pthreads and Apache/MPM. But please do
> not do an easy decision for Apache 2.0. I don't mean that we should do a slow
> decision with lots of discussions. No, i just mean that we shouldn't hurry up.  
> Instead _PLEASE_ select a guy in the group with a little bit of free time
> (perhaps Bill who already started on this) and let him _WRITE DOWN_ the
> possible approaches to start the _real_ Apache 2.0 out of the existing code
> bases (Apache 1.3, Apache pthread, Apache MPM, EAPI, APR, etc. pp.). Don't
> discuss _THIS_ or try to convince others of your optinion, please. Or we do
> not find a consensus because we find outself in endless religious discussions.
> Just send your personal wish to Bill and let Bill assemble them in a clear
> list. Use a dead-line for this, of course. Then let Bill post this list and
> let _all_ _VOTE_ on it. And then WITHOUT MORE DISCUSSIONS lets _DO_ the
> approach which was selected.
> Else I see no chance that we ever find a final decision...
>                                        Ralf S. Engelschall

   Jim Jagielski   |||   |||
            "That's no ordinary rabbit... that's the most foul,
            cruel and bad-tempered rodent you ever laid eyes on"

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