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From Bill Stoddard <stodd...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Where to start the Apache 2.0 code base
Date Mon, 02 Aug 1999 21:13:38 GMT
There seems to be three camps on the best way to create the Apache 2.0
code base.

Camp 1: Use the apache-mpm tree as the base. Merge 1.3.8 changes up into
Apache 2.0.
Dean, Ben L., Jim, Bill

Camp 2: Use 1.3.8 as the base, then add MPM, HOOKS, APR, etc.
Roy, Ken

Camp 3: Don't care
everyone else :-)

The approches are at odds with each other. IMHO it will be easier to
merge 1.3.8 changes into the apache-mpm/2.0 tree than the otherway
around. 

How important is it to maintain history? I don't see much point in it.
Lets move apache-mpm into the top level apache-2.0 directory, merge in
the 1.3.8 diffs then version all the files 1.1. 

-- 
Bill Stoddard
stoddard@raleigh.ibm.com

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