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From Rasmus Lerdorf <>
Subject Re: Apache History Project - Call for comments
Date Sat, 11 May 2002 13:52:02 GMT
Just to let you know, both messages came through.  Personally I couldn't
be less interested in this, but each to his own.


On Sat, 11 May 2002, Rich Bowen wrote:

> On Thu, 9 May 2002, Rich Bowen wrote:
> > Call for comments
> >
> > Apache History Project
> >
> > We are a few people that are of the opinion that saving a piece of
> > history is very important. That is why we have drafted this call for
> > comments. We want to save as much of Apache's history as possible.
> > Including, but not limited to, old sources, change descriptions,
> > and feature additions (when was a feature added to Apache).
> > etc ...
> Well, the almost-complete lack of any response has made us wonder if our
> initial note got lost somewhere. Anyways, a brief follow-up. If nobody
> thinks that this is a terrible idea, we'd like to go forward with it,
> and were hoping that we could get some technical support. Specifically,
> we want:
> A hostname (
> Mailing list (history@ ?)
> A cvs repository for the stuff (or should this go in the documentation
> repository?)
> Space on a web server somewhere - I'm mighty close to my bandwidth
> allocation most months.
> I can do any of these on one of my own domain names, if needed (except
> for the last, noted above, I'd really want to host elsewhere) but was
> really hoping to get names on them.
> I suspect that I could convince a local ISP to coloc a donated machine
> (hint, hint) if such a thing were available.
> Anyways, and thoughts at all?
> Rich Bowen and Thomas Eibner
> --
> And everyone said, "If we only live,
> We too will go to sea in a Sieve -
> To the hills of the Chankly Bore!"
>  (The Jumblies, by Edward Lear)

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