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From "David Reid" <dr...@jetnet.co.uk>
Subject Re: Anywhere to go for a summmary of I/O filtering?
Date Sun, 23 Jul 2000 12:26:43 GMT
I have to admit that I agree that Manoj's sentiment on this one.  While the
I/O fltering may be nice, we haven't had an alpha in a very lng time now and
a lot of things have been fixed/improved since the last one.  We had a
volunteer for rolling A5 so maybe we should at least do that next week to
try and keep some momentum going?

david

----- Original Message -----
From: "Manoj Kasichainula" <manoj@io.com>
To: "Apache Developers" <new-httpd@apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 23, 2000 10:02 AM
Subject: Anywhere to go for a summmary of I/O filtering?


> I'm attempting to get caught up on 2.0 development. Is there an
> existing summary of the Greg vs. Ryan deathmatch in the archives
> anywhere? There are 299 messages from the past month in my mailbox
> mentioning buckets or filtering in the subject (mutt rocks!) and I'd
> really like to reclaim the hours it will take to digest them.
>
> My two cents on filtering/layering/buckets while I'm still completely
> uninformed: it'd be nice if the 2.0 release wasn't delayed until 2001.
> I have a bad feeling that the non-schedule is being pushed out and
> out, though. I'm leaning towards just not doing any filtering work in
> 2.0; async and nonblocking I/O will change how things work anyway.
>
> - Manoj
> *still* trying to get DSL. :(
>


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