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Subject cvs commit: modperl-docs/src/support index_top.html
Date Wed, 03 Apr 2002 05:15:08 GMT
stas        02/04/02 21:15:08

  Modified:    src/about jobs.html
               src/products apache-modlist.html products.html
               src/stories sites.html
               src/support index_top.html
  Log:
  - content corrections
  Submitted by:	allan
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.2       +2 -3      modperl-docs/src/about/jobs.html
  
  Index: jobs.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/about/jobs.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- jobs.html	25 Mar 2002 11:12:43 -0000	1.1
  +++ jobs.html	3 Apr 2002 05:15:08 -0000	1.2
  @@ -12,9 +12,8 @@
   JavaScript, so it may take a while before it gets downloaded.)</p>
   
   <p>
  -<script language="JavaScript" src="http://jobs.perl.org/rss/mod_perl.js?limit=25;details=1">
  -</script>
  -<p>
  +<script language="JavaScript" src="http://jobs.perl.org/rss/mod_perl.js?limit=25;details=1"></script>
  +</p>
   
   <noscript>
   <p><a href="http://jobs.perl.org/search?q=mod_perl">mod_perl jobs at
  
  
  
  1.2       +8 -3      modperl-docs/src/products/apache-modlist.html
  
  Index: apache-modlist.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/products/apache-modlist.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- apache-modlist.html	5 Jan 2002 19:15:41 -0000	1.1
  +++ apache-modlist.html	3 Apr 2002 05:15:08 -0000	1.2
  @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
   <h1>The Apache/Perl Module List</h1>
   
   Maintained by <a href="mailto:dougm@pobox.com">Doug MacEachern</a>,
  -<br><i> $Revision: 1.1 $ $Date: 2002/01/05 19:15:41 $</i>
  +<br><i> $Revision: 1.2 $ $Date: 2002/04/03 05:15:08 $</i>
   
   <h3>Contents</h3>
   <a href="#intro">Introduction</a><br>
  @@ -15,7 +15,6 @@
   <a href="#where">Where Are The Modules Kept?</a><br>
   <a href="#contacts">Contacts</a><br>
   <a href="#info">More Info</a><br>
  -<p>
   <h3><a name="intro">Introduction</a></h3>
   The Apache/Perl module list is here for the same reason as the
   main <a href="http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/00modlist.long.html">
  @@ -34,10 +33,12 @@
   building blocks found on CPAN, putting together new building blocks where
   appropriate and simply glue them together with the Apache
   API, keeping the <b>Apache::*</b> modules very small.
  +
   <p>
   These modules will also serve as good examples, showing you where modules
   can step in during a stage of a request with <b>Perl*Handler</b> callbacks.
   You'll also see how and when to use the Apache API methods.
  +</p>
   
   <h3><a name="part">Playing Your Part</a></h3>
   Apache and Perl are world-wide collaborative efforts, naturally, the 
  @@ -47,15 +48,19 @@
   main <a href="http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/00modlist.long.html">
   Perl module list</a>, all that is said there is relevant here!
   <p>
  +
   If you have any additions or changes for the list, please send them to
   the Apache/Perl <a href="mailto:modperl@apache.org"> mailing list </a>
   or to <a href="mailto:dougm@pobox.com">me</a>.  
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   If you wish to share you module(s) the Perl way, by putting them on CPAN,
   send a request to <a href="mailto:dougm@pobox.com">me</a> or 
   <a href="mailto:modules@perl.org">modules@perl.org</a> to get set up with a
   PAUSE user id and directory.
  -<p>
  +</p>
  +
   <b>HINT</b>:  For a nice set of template files try this:
   <pre>
   % h2xs -AX -n Apache::YourPackageName
  
  
  
  1.4       +1 -0      modperl-docs/src/products/products.html
  
  Index: products.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/products/products.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- products.html	29 Jan 2002 14:07:29 -0000	1.3
  +++ products.html	3 Apr 2002 05:15:08 -0000	1.4
  @@ -8,6 +8,7 @@
   
   <b>Products based on the mod_perl architecture</b>
   
  +</p>
   <p><i>Freeware, source code distribution:</i></p>
   
   <ul>
  
  
  
  1.2       +62 -0     modperl-docs/src/stories/sites.html
  
  Index: sites.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/stories/sites.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- sites.html	5 Jan 2002 19:15:42 -0000	1.1
  +++ sites.html	3 Apr 2002 05:15:08 -0000	1.2
  @@ -14,19 +14,24 @@
   running mod_perl.  Since mod_perl has inserted it's name and version
   into Apache's Server header, we are able to see others based on the 
   <a href="netcraft/">netcraft survey</a> results. 
  +</p>
   <hr>
   <p>
   The first public site to run mod_perl and the hand that feeds CPAN
   with it, <a href="http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/04pause.html">PAUSE</a>,
the Perl Authors Upload SErver.  This was a birthday present given
   to PAUSE by <b>Andreas K&ouml;nig</b> on August 20, 1996.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   Andreas and <b>Kulturbox</b> went on to create an exciting site with
   mod_perl that gives you a 
   dynamic tour of Berlin, Germany.
   <a href="http://www.kulturbox.de/perl/berlininfo">BerlinINFO</a>.  The images
you see here are generated on the fly, 
   using mod_perl allows the <a href="http://www.perl.com/CPAN/modules/by-module/GD/">GD</a>
image objects to be cached in memory
   for an extra performance boost.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   Do you like movies?  Then take a look at how <b>Rob Hartill</b> uses mod_perl

   to help you find out anything and everything there is to know about movies
   at the <a href="http://www.imdb.com/"> Internet Movie Database </a>.
  @@ -34,46 +39,58 @@
   mod_perl steps in during the first stage of a request, mapping URIs to 
   cached query results if present and mapping based on language preference if
   the user has presented one.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <a href="http://www.webpersonals.com/">Webpersonals</a> site uses
   <code>HTML::Embperl</code> over mod_perl to drive this nice match
   making site.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
   
  +
   <a href="http://hn.org">Hammernode Internet</a> a no-cost DNS provider
   serving thousands of zones, uses mod_perl to power both its dynamic
   web site, as well as the server end of its published API interface for
   client programs.  We're very satisfied with mod_perl, and very
   thankful for it.
   
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   The Internet's largest on-line toy store, <a
   href="http://www.etoys.com/">eToys.com</a>, uses mod_perl extensively.
   We use an object-oriented approach built on standard CPAN modules such
   as DBI, BerkeleyDB, and Template Toolkit.  eToys ranked third in
   overall traffic among e-commerce sites during the 1999 Christmas rush,
   right behind Amazon and eBay.  
  +</p>
   <p>
   
   
   
  +
   <b>Patrick Kane</b> uses mod_perl at 
   <a href="http://www.enews.com/">The Electronic Newsstand</a> to maintain
   limited and persistent connections to their Sybase servers where users
   can search and browse through thousands of virtual magazines.  Patrick
   also uses mod_perl's Authentication hook for seamlessly migrating users
   from their old registration system to a new one.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <a href="http://www.sol.no/">Scandinavia Online AS</a> uses
   mod_perl for the <a href="http://kvasir.sol.no/">Kvasir search
   engine</a>.  <b>Kvasir</b> is Norway's most popular Internet directory.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
   
  +
   <b>Alvar Freude</b> uses mod_perl on <a
   href="http://www.a-blast.org/">http://www.a-blast.org/</a>.  It is a
   "truly interactive text network", written completely in mod_perl. For
  @@ -99,8 +116,10 @@
   non-linear real-time linker I use a ~50 line regexp .-) The HTML-Files
   are compressed on-the-fly with Compress::Zlib, so we keep bandwidth
   (and transmission time to the users) small.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <A HREF="http://www.citysearch.com/">CitySearch.com</A> -- is
   providing online city guides for more than 100 cities worldwide,
   citysearch.com helps people find and plan what they want to do and
  @@ -117,8 +136,10 @@
   maintain the overall site with ease. PerlMonth does about 100K
   Pageviews/month w/o breaking a sweat. The site is written and 
   maintaned by <B>Baiju Thakkar</B>.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <A HREF="http://singlesheaven.com">singlesheaven.com</A> is a match
   maker site, that is written completely in Perl and is being driven by
   Apache/mod_perl and mysql. Each request comprises a big number of
  @@ -126,15 +147,19 @@
   very fast under mod_perl.  The service runs under
   <CODE>Apache::Registry</CODE> module. The site is written and
   maintained by <B>Stas Bekman</B>.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <a href="http://www.filepile.com/">filepile.com</a> is an archive of
   over 1.2 million freeware/shareware files.  <b>Michael Mittelstadt</b> explains:
   "After moving to mod_perl, everything is wonderful, everything is
   fast, and the computer (dual P6, linux) is no longer bending under 
   the stress.  mod_perl saved us from having to buy a second webserver."
   
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Gerald Richter</b> and <b>ECOS</b> are using mod_perl (with
   Embperl) for a picture database. This contains 
   pictures from touristic information Rheinland-Pfalz. It's intented as press
  @@ -147,7 +172,9 @@
   Software running is Apache 1.3, mod_perl,
   <a href="http://perl.apache.org/embperl/">Embperl</a>, DBI, DBD-Pg, Postgress
   6.21 on an Linux 2.0.34.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Jayme Cox</b> explains: At <b>Broderbund Software</b>, we have
a
   site running mod_perl to keep 
   persistant database connections open between our Apache web farm and
  @@ -160,12 +187,16 @@
   200%. The exact URL is 
   <a href="http://www.warlords3.com/guild/maps">
   http://www.warlords3.com/guild/maps</a>.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Rick Mangi</b> and 
   <a href="http://www.tgix.com/">Thaumaturgix, Inc.</a>
   use mod_perl to provide a method for gathering stats on web
   usage including a logging proxy server module for their customers.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Jason Bodnar</b> at <b>Cox Interactive Media</b>, explains:
<br>
   Right now we're using mod_perl for authentication on two sites (soon
   to be a third): 
  @@ -184,8 +215,10 @@
   (list over 1400 restaurants in Austin) and our movie database with
   mod_perl. I'm sure we'll find alot more uses for it in the future.    
   
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <A HREF="http://www.magirus.com">Magirus Datentechnik GmbH</A> 
   is a German company of about 200 peoples, (de)located in 
   Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, and needs a powerful 
  @@ -205,12 +238,16 @@
   can't give you an address to try it.  For more information, 
   contact <A HREF="mailto:Philippe.Froidevaux@magirus.com">
   Philippe.Froidevaux@magirus.com</A>.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Tony Bowden</b> developed <a href="http://www.musicdatabase.com/">The
   Music Database</a> which uses mod_perl and MySQL to allow browsing and
   searching a cross-referenced guide to over 80,000 CDs and one million
   songs. (not operational at this stage). 
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <b>Randy Ray</b> uses Apache+mod_perl for his Software Configuration Management
   team's site within <b>U S WEST IT</b>. About 1/3 of the data the server sends
out is
   CGI-generated. After the conversion to mod_perl, some existing CGI scripts
  @@ -219,8 +256,10 @@
   add HEIGHT and WIDTH attributes to &lt;IMG&gt; tags. As Image::Size caches the
   dimensions of each files as it is first read, the persistent dataspace will
   virtually eliminate the step of computing image sizes.
  +</p>
   <p>
   
  +
   <a href="http://www.arttoday.com">ArtToday</a> has a collection of
   over 600,000 keyworded images of all types.  Customers find images
   using keyword and category searches.  They serve about 250,000 raw
  @@ -239,7 +278,9 @@
   into a "comfortably loaded" server, even allowing us room for some
   software development.  Mod_perl saved us from having to buy another
   Ultra!  
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   mod_perl scripts which search the archives of
   <A HREF="http://theory.uwinnipeg.ca/search/cpan-search.html">CPAN</A>, 
   <A HREF="http://theory.uwinnipeg.ca/search/ctan-search.html">CTAN</A>, 
  @@ -251,17 +292,23 @@
   These scripts query an mSQL database via various criteria, and employ 
   the CPAN multiplexer code to choose a nearby mirror of the archive, 
   if available and desired.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <A HREF="http://www.pbs.org/">PBS Online</A> is using mod_perl to
   improve the speed of its heavily loaded servers, having replaced CGI for
   games, navigation control, and commerce. 
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <a href='http://www.oreilly.com/'>O'Reilly and Associates</a>
   uses mod_perl to control access to their
   <a href='http://online-books.oreilly.com/books/'>online books site</a>.
   Every request for a document runs through a mod_perl script, which checks
   username and password, and may eventually provide dynamic data.
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <a href="http://home.wired.com/">WIRED Digital</a>
   uses mod_perl (on linux and solaris) for several
   applications. On HotBot  mod_perl is used for the <a
  @@ -279,7 +326,9 @@
   valuable addition to the server development toolset, and will continue
   to consider mod_perl as a strong candidate for solutions.  
   
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <a href="http://www.medimatch.com/">MediMatch</a> uses Apache and
   Stronghold on Solaris, and makes use of mod_perl almost exclusively
   for its medical employment services database.  Originally coded to use
  @@ -289,7 +338,9 @@
   and depth of the search queries).  We also use mod_perl to facilitate
   the caching of CGI-parsed HTML pages, which reduced the speed of
   requests to approximately that of ordinary static HTML. 
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   CMPnet <a href="http://www.cmpnet.com/">www.cmpnet.com</a>, a
   technology information network, uses 
   mod_perl to generate 70% of its pages - over half a million hits a day.
  @@ -305,7 +356,9 @@
   StoryServer, INSO's DynaBase) for a possible switchover. But in the
   end we stayed with our mod_perl architecture and agreed to standardize
   our company's internet operations on it!
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   Mark A. Downing tells us:
   I have been running an <a href="http://www.wm7d.net/">Amateur
   Radio</a> callsign database (with 800k records)
  @@ -317,12 +370,16 @@
   (to sybase) using mod_perl, and Apache is now able to establish those
   connections upon startup. No longer do I have to wait for my original
   scripts to connect and gather data. 
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   Rob Malda tells that <a href="http://slashdot.org/">Slashdot.org</a> -
   news for nerd, is a combination of Perl and MySQL. Slashdot runs under
   mod_perl which keeps things nice and speedy.
   
  +</p>
   <p>
  +
   <a href="http://www.mojam.com/">Mojam</a> is a new Internet music
   media company with the goal of attracting the largest audience of
   music listeners and players anywhere.  Mojam is different that
  @@ -330,7 +387,12 @@
   music out to the listeners by posting thier show dates, music clips,
   and news releases.  mojam.com is 100% Apache mod_perl running Mason to
   dynamically deliver all of it's pages. 
  +</p>
  +
   <p>
  +
  +
  +</p>
   <hr>
   </body>
   </html>
  
  
  
  1.2       +0 -1      modperl-docs/src/support/index_top.html
  
  Index: index_top.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/support/index_top.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- index_top.html	5 Jan 2002 19:15:43 -0000	1.1
  +++ index_top.html	3 Apr 2002 05:15:08 -0000	1.2
  @@ -32,6 +32,5 @@
   you, the <a href="jobs.html">jobs</a> page is for you.
   </p>
   
  -<p>
     </body>
   </html>
  
  
  

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