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Silicon.com: Apache beta enters the public domain

Silicon.com: Apache beta enters the public domain

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 13, 2001


"A survey by research firm Netcraft, reports that Apache is the most popular software package for web servers. It is three times more popular than Microsoft's Internet Information Server. The Apache Software Foundation said it has successfully tested the beta, which is available at Apache.org, on many versions of Unix, BeOS, Mac OS X and Windows."

"Apache 2.0 offers a diversity of enhancements, improvements and performance boosts over the 1.3 code base. ..." A survey by research firm Netcraft, reports that Apache is the most popular software package for web servers. It is three times more popular than Microsoft's Internet Information Server. The Apache Software Foundation said it has successfully tested the beta, which is available at Apache.org, on many versions of Unix, BeOS, Mac OS X and Windows.

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