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A New Addition to Apache Today: Discussions

A New Addition to Apache Today: Discussions

By Kevin Reichard (Send Email)
Posted Aug 28, 2000


Apache has cemented its position as the preeminent Web server on the World Wide Web. And as the Apache world continues to expand toward world domination, we're happy to be part of that growth. We're really pleased with the many people who have dropped by Apache Today to read one of the many fine articles Want to share your Apache tips and techniques with the rest of the Apache community? Now you can do so with Apache Today Discussions.

Today we're adding a new feature that we hope adds to your enjoyment of Apache Today: Discussions. We hope that Apache Today Discussions will serve as a valuable exchange of ideas, tips, and techniques related to Apache server usage. Like the rest of Apache Today, our Discussions area is totally built using Open Source tools: the excellent Phorum discussion software using mySQL and Linux. We've already seen some postings to the Discussions, and I'd like to personally invite you to speak your mind. If you don't like the topics we already have started, feel free to start your own. One word of explanation: we do moderate the discussions, so we will delete any postings that are off-topic or obscene.

Also, if there's anything you'd like to see covered in Apache Today or added, please drop me a line at kreichard@internet.com.

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