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From Guy Ferraiolo <g...@cnet.com>
Subject Re: flood patches/mods
Date Wed, 05 Mar 2008 20:06:21 GMT
I wasn't intending to bug you.

I think flood belongs in a separate category because it is not httpd
specific.

Guy


On Wed, 2008-03-05 at 11:31 -0600, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> Guy Ferraiolo wrote:
> > Unknown.  I submitted a patch a while ago and Willam Rowe showed some
> > interest but I haven't heard about it, yet.  I'd be willing to volunteer
> > for this.  I use flood a lot and I have some ideas of my own.  Also, I'd
> > like to head off potential problems in advance.
> > 
> > The patch I submitted was one that allowed randomization of URLs or
> > parts of URLs.
> 
> Yes - and I'll be back (to that whole thread) - sorry I've been traveling
> extensively, and am trying to settle down for a month on subjects such as
> flood; one of my colleagues is also hacking on it, so I should really be
> able to devote some attention.
> 
> On this subject - do we need a Bugzilla space for this?
> 
> Right now we have "Apache httpd-1.3" and "Apache httpd-2.0" products in
> bugzilla, and none of the subcategories fit really well.
> 
> I'd love to see the second renamed "Apache httpd-2" to avoid confusion.
> 
> Do we want a new Bugzilla category such as "Apache httpd test" with the
> only subcomponents of "flood", "perl-framework" (or test-framework) and
> "specweb plugin"?  Or would it be more useful to have "Apache httpd flood"
> (or simply httpd flood) as a specific category?
> 
> Bill
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