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From "Thomas, Peter" <>
Subject Re: Stop accepting PRs for 1.3?
Date Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:28:30 GMT
How about putting out a call for volunteer community maintainers and let
them take over the project. Make it clear on the home page and bug
submission pages & e-mails that ASF is leaving Bugzilla and other fora as
a courtesy to the 1.3 user community. Any concerns should be sent to the
volunteer maintainers.

Hopefully there will be several volunteers. If nobody is willing to step
up and do the work, I think that answers the question. If there are no
takers, change the workflow such that new PRs are "noted" and change the
assignment email address to "|/dev/null".

Dan Poirier <> wrote:

On 2010-04-30 at 08:38, Jeff Trawick <> wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 8:12 AM, "Plüm, Rüdiger, VF-Group"
> <> wrote:
>> +0.5
>> I am a little bit undecided as it might be still a useful forum for
>> users to share bugs and patches for them with other users alltough
>> the won't get fixed / applied by us anymore.
> same general concern here: some community will still use httpd 1.3,
> and IMO we don't want to further separate them from the modern-httpd
> crowd
> Whether or not the bug db is closed to 1.3, we should doc on the front
> page what we provide in support of the 1.3 community:
> <insert please-use-latest-version caveat>
> * 1.3 discussions welcome on user mailing list
> * users welcome to share 1.3 howtos/workarounds on the Httpd Wiki
> (subject to general policies of the wiki)
> * security reports on 1.3 accepted and analyzed on
>; any resulting approved patches maintained in
> patches/apply_to_1.3... directory
> * possibly: users share problem reports/patches in the bug db

My concern is that people will submit 1.3 bug reports, and get
frustrated when there's no "official" response.  Is there a way we can
keep 1.3 submissions open but make the level of support for 1.3 clear to
bug submitters?


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