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Linux Journal: Apache 2.0: The Internals of the New, Improved "A PatCHy"

Linux Journal: Apache 2.0: The Internals of the New, Improved "A PatCHy"

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Aug 27, 2001


"The Apache project will continue to be an open-source project that keeps up with advances in the HTTP protocol and web developments in general. The people behind the project are open to suggestions for fixes and improvements, and they respond to needs of large volume providers as well as occasional users. Part of Apache's original success was due to the numerous tests conducted by both developers and users. The Apache Group maintains rigorous standards before releasing any new version of the server, and when bugs are reported, the developers release patches and new versions as soon as they are available. If you are an IT manager or a system administrator currently using Apache 1.3.x, I highly recommend upgrading to Apache 2.0 once the release version is available." The Apache project will continue to be an open-source project that keeps up with advances in the HTTP protocol and web developments in general. The people behind the project are open to suggestions for fixes and improvements, and they respond to needs of large volume providers as well as occasional users. Part of Apache's original success was due to the numerous tests conducted by both developers and users. The Apache Group maintains rigorous standards before releasing any new version of the server, and when bugs are reported, the developers release patches and new versions as soon as they are available. If you are an IT manager or a system administrator currently using Apache 1.3.x,

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