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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: U Waterloo Architecture Class on Apache (fwd)
Date Sat, 20 Jan 2001 18:32:56 GMT
On Sat, 20 Jan 2001, James Sutherland wrote:

> There's one problem with that: they are student personal pages. The
> university will be deleting them soon - at least one, probably two of the
> students has already left, and two of the papers have disappeared without
> trace.

You have a point there.

> I think, as long as it is made clear what we are mirroring, it is OK -
> clearly mark them as "student papers written about Apache 1.3" or similar.

I'm still not comfortable with having them directly in the docs.  Here is
another proposal:  There is a great need to have a "developer" site built
on  The site needs to be retired, and the
httpd-specific information from this site moved to under
some directory like "developer".  Why don't we make these papers the first
element under this new directory, perhaps in a "Contributed Papers"
directory, or something like that?  That way, we make them permanently
available, but we don't distribute them with every copy of the docs.


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