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Subject cvs commit: modperl-docs/src/about/contributors stas-bekman.txt
Date Sun, 02 Jun 2002 18:05:49 GMT
stas        2002/06/02 11:05:49

  Modified:    src/about/contributors stas-bekman.txt
  Log:
  I cannot believe it's been 4.5 years since I've first tried mod_perl...
  time is so fast
  
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  Index: stas-bekman.txt
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  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/src/about/contributors/stas-bekman.txt,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- stas-bekman.txt	2 Jun 2002 11:30:52 -0000	1.1
  +++ stas-bekman.txt	2 Jun 2002 18:05:48 -0000	1.2
  @@ -2,20 +2,36 @@
   Email: stas@stason.org
   URL: http://www.stason.org/
   Image: stas-bekman.jpg
  -Summary: Lots of documentation, modules, mod_perl 2. Co-authoring Practical mod_perl.
  +Summary: Documentation, modules, mod_perl 2.0, book, articles
   
  -Stas's work on the mod_perl Guide (now integrated into the
  -documentation) gave birth to a <i>great</i> piece of documentation,
  -recommended to all aspiring mod_perl programmers.  He has also
  -contributed a great deal to the mod_perl documentation and was the
  -project leader for the creation of this site.
  +Stas has started contributing to mod_perl in 1998 by creating the mini
  +mod_perl guide, simply to reduce the rate of broken record questions
  +on the mod_perl list. After a few years, some people still referred to
  +the guide as mini, while it contained more than 600 pages at that
  +time. As of today more than 200 users and developers helped Stas to
  +write, review, improve and polish the guide.
   
  -On the coding side, Stas has written the
  -<code>Apache::VMonitor</code>, <code>Apache::GTopLimit</code> and
  -<code>Apache::Watchdog::RunAway</code> modules. He has contributed a
  -great deal of work to mod_perl 1.x, and is now also working on
  -mod_perl 2, most notably the <code>ModPerl::Registry</code> family.
  +While not working on the documentation, at the remaining spare time,
  +Stas has written a few Apache modules available from <a
  +href="http://search.cpan.org/search?mode=author&query=Stas+Bekman">his
  +CPAN directory</a> and did some work on mod_perl 1.0 series.
   
  +In autumn 2001 <a href="http://www.ticketmaster.com">Ticket Master</a>
  +has kindly sponsored Stas for one year to help with mod_perl. Stas
  +used this time to help with the development of mod_perl 2.0, to lead
  +the creation of the new perl.apache.org site, to advocate mod_perl via
  +articles in popular online zines and conferences, to help with the
  +mod_perl list and as usual to write a lot of documentation, mainly for
  +mod_perl 2.0.
   
   He is also co-authoring <a href="http://modperlbook.org/">Practical
  -mod_perl</a> with Eric Cholet, to be published soon by O'Reilly.
  +mod_perl</a> with Eric Cholet, to be published soon by O'Reilly and
  +Associates.
  +
  +And of course, since 1998, when Stas discovered for himself mod_perl,
  +he was finding ways to use it at work, even while doing x86 hardware
  +development and verification at Intel. He is now thinking about
  +mod_perl 3.0's architecture, hopefully to be implemented solely with
  +AND and OR gates, driven by the Perl 6.0 chipset for the best
  +performance. Don't be surprised when you get offered a shiny Bluetooth
  +mod_perl 3.0 PCI card when you shop for your new server machine.
  
  
  

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