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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [NITPICK] didn't see this one coming...
Date Mon, 29 Apr 2002 07:10:42 GMT
> On Sun, 28 Apr 2002, Bill Barker wrote:
>
> > >
> > > Deprecating it was never voted, and the mention should be removed from
the
> > > documentation. IMO, the issue should then be voted upon.
> >
> > Pre-voting: -1 to deprecate WARP.  Now that Pier is back, and interested
in
> > maintaining it, WARP deserves an equal chance to compete with AJP.  The
only
> > positive lesson to come out of the Valve vs. Interceptor holy war was
that
> > competition is good.
>
> I agree.

My problem with mod_webapp as a release manager is that it has many open P1s
and P2s nobody seem to care about, as well as many associated frustrated
users (because one year later, there's still almost zero documentation).
Pier may be back, but he's not fixing bugs either.

> There's nothing wrong with multiple connectors - and 3.3 still supports
> mod_jserv ( and I know people who use it ).
>
> I think we do agree that coyote will be the connector for
> http and jk, and we'll include any other component that is
> actively developed and maintained. As long as Pier and JFC
> are working on webapp, it'll be alive.
>
> However I do think we should somehow document better what's
> happening - many people have the strange impression that
> webapp is going to replace jk.

I'd like to find a way to indicate that the two preferred connectors are:
- Coyote HTTP/1.1
- Coyote JK 2 (AJP with mod_jk, JNI)

Remy


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