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From Andrew Kenna <andr...@stamina.com.au>
Subject RE: some suggestions for apache mirrors
Date Fri, 09 Feb 2001 04:19:59 GMT
Here's my suggestions

** Adjust the list of official mirrors to reflect the people that are
mirroring the site and have been winging for the past couple of months to be
added to it.

If you guys are busy doing other stuff whether it be work related so you can
earn money or to do with apache... Email me as I am more than willing to
update the mirror pages and email them back to someone to ftp upto the
server.

Regards

Andrew Kenna

andrewk@stamina.com.au


-----Original Message-----
From: jason andrade [mailto:jason@dstc.edu.au]
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 3:20 PM
To: 'mirrors@apache.org'
Subject: some suggestions for apache mirrors



Hi,

a couple of suggestions/queries about the apache web server.

o can we please get the absolute line in index.html changed
  from:

  httpd.apache.org/

  to:

  /httpd.html

  all the apache mirrors have this file, so this way all the
  mirrors don't throw people back to apache.org.


o can we have a place on the main page with which we can
  indicate where it's being hosted ?  for example, i'd
  like to let people know that planetmirror.com is hosting
  the current apache mirror

o can we get rsync access to any/all of the following apache
  projects ?

  XML-Apache
  Jakarta
  Java-Apache
  mod_perl
  PHP
  Apache_TCL


  I am happy to run up a separate virtual server for each of
  these apache.org.  If they are run by people outside the
  `core' apache support area, even a name/contact email would
  be useful to approach them.

  i don't even know what some do - i can't access php.apache.org
  for example


regards,


-jason

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