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From "Mattmann, Chris A (388J)" <>
Subject Re: (Is|Was) PHP part of ASF?
Date Wed, 10 Feb 2010 16:44:45 GMT
Hi Kamesh,

My interpretation of the below snippet (given its context) is that the text is saying that
as the web grew, more and more websites/companies/etc., (incl. PHP) started to use the Apache
web server as their web hosting solution, even if it was deployed on that websites/companies/etc.
own hardware. So it's not saying that PHP, or other company project X was part of Apache,
but that they used Apache HTTPD to host their site.

My 2 cents,

On 2/10/10 8:01 AM, "Kamesh Jayachandran" <> wrote:

Hi All,

Sorry if it is a wrong mailing list, Please point me to the right one.

I was going through

I found the following snip to ask the question as in the subject.

But as the web grew bigger, economical interests started to grow, and
the Apache web site hosted new sister projects (such as the mod_ perl
project, the PHP project, the Java Apache project). The need for a more
coherent and structured organization that would shield individuals from
potential legal attacks felt more and more necessary.

I ask this as I was involved in PHP development 5 years back and am
never aware of PHP being part of ASF.

I am not subscribed to this list, please CC me in your response.

With regards
Kamesh Jayachandran

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University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089 USA

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