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From Ian Holsman <i...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Official Release: Apache 2.0.35 is now GA
Date Mon, 08 Apr 2002 03:00:58 GMT
Greg Stein wrote:
> It's my pleasure to announce that the Apache Software Foundation's Apache
> HTTP Server, version 2.0.35, has now been released for General Availability.

Gees guys..
you leave for a couple of days to have a baby and all hell
breaks loose

Congrats to all!

--Ian

> 
> 
> The Apache 2.0 project has been in-the-works for nearly three years.  It has
> been a long and sometimes arduous process to reach this point.  Many, many
> people have contributed their time and effort to bring us to this point.
> 
> The HTTPD Project signed off today on the 2.0.35 release, and recommends it
> for use on production websites.  2.0.35 is now considered our best release
> and should be used in preference to all older versions (including the 1.3
> series).
> 
> The Apache 2.0 series brings new features to the ASF's HTTP server:
> 
>   - higher performance over 1.3
>   - multiple operational models: threaded, hybrid processes/threads, and
>     specific request processing for Windows, Netware, BeOS, and OS/2
>   - integrated SSL and WebDAV support
>   - improved HTTP proxy support
>   - I/O layering and filtering
> 
> You can find more information, and download the server, from our website:
> 
>     http://httpd.apache.org/
> 
> 
> On behalf of all the current and past developers, we'd like to thank all
> those involved with the project, and the millions(!) of users out there.
> The Apache HTTP server wouldn't enjoy its popularity without all of you!
> 
> 
>         Sincerely,
> 
>         Greg Stein
>         Director of the ASF
> 




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