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Re: proposal for an Apache (web server) task force

I would like to help.

Well, Apache and its related stuff is big enough to require an special

El 13 Sep 2001 a las 08:42AM -0500, Ardo van Rangelrooij escribio:
> Hi,
> I would like to propose to form an Apache (web server) task force to maintain the
> Apache packages currently maintained by Johnie Ingram (netgod) (and potentially
> related packages if the need arises).  The current state of Apache and the recent
> need to fix at least some of the outstanding bugs led me to the conclusion a more
> active maintenance of these packages is needed.  The intend of this proposal is
> not to simply take over the packages (although it might come to that), but to help
> in the maintenance of them.
> As the first step I propose to add an Uploaders field to the package (once we have 
> a list of people).
> Some of the other things this task force would do are
>  - writing up guidelines for packaging Apache modules (a kind of policy doc)
>  - migration to Apache 2 (IIRC an ITP for this has already been filed by somebody)
> I also propose to set up a mailing list for this.
> Thanks,
> Ardo

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