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From Russell Lundberg <>
Subject Re: HTTP and MPM support
Date Mon, 28 Jan 2019 18:30:13 GMT
As a long-time fan and user of mod_perl, I like so much the way this
conversation is turning.

I also wonder if there is a formal process, perhaps an ASF process, for
coordinating the objectives voiced in this thread with the resources
required to achieve them?

For example, I believe Steve Hay has led mod_perl2 development lately,
versions 2.0.9 and 2.0.10, anyway.  Should he be engaged, or if the
leadership of the project has been handed off, whoever has taken over?  Do
the project steward(s) follow this mailing list?

I don't mean to get in the way of positive and well-intended progress. I
love mod_perl and only want the best for its future development.

But there might be other development plans in progress with which
coordination would be helpful.

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On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 8:04 AM John Dunlap <> wrote:

> I will second what Sive is saying. My organization does not have in-house
> experience writing C code(our internal skill sets are web application and
> database development) but we are potentially interested in sponsoring some
> development on mod_perl with the goal of adding support for mpm_worker and
> or mpm_event because we are interested in taking advantage of mod_http2. In
> addition to our sponsorship, we could also assist in testing changes and
> provided segfaults and debugging/environmental information from out
> development and testing environments. Is anyone who is able to do this kind
> of development interested in having a conversation with Sive and myself
> with respect to sponsoring some development?
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 1:11 AM Sive Lindmark <> wrote:
>> Hi William!
>> Count on us, my firm can sponsor work as I stated before, and also
>> contribute setting up test cases and perhaps also do some coding if we have
>> the knowledge to do whats needed.
>> My coders are not used to be part of any open source project, so we can
>> not take any leading roll though.
>> How could a sponsor model work?
>> I have followed crypto world for some time now, and they sometimes set up
>> price for someone thats achieve a goal. Something we can do here?
>> /Sive
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