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Freshmeat: Big News at ApacheCon

Mar 12, 2000, 03:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jim Jagielski)

"It was at the closing plenary of ApacheCon 2000, in Orlando FL, that a long-anticipated release of software was announced: an alpha release of Apache 2.0."

"To many Apache devotees, the announcement of an Apache 2.0 release, even an alpha, is news that has been eagerly awaited for several years. It was way back in 1996 that the Apache Group (now the Apache HTTPD Server Project, of the Apache Software Foundation) realized the advantages of a threaded implementation for Apache."

"But Apache 2.0 is more than just a "threaded Apache." In fact, Apache 2.0 is designed to accommodate several different types of "process models" called MPMs."

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