On Tuesday 07 September 2010 00:22:26 brian m. carlson wrote: > We have a lot of web servers in Debian. Could you provide a long > description for the package that helps an adminstrator decide why she > might want to install woof instead of some other lightweight web > server? I maintain a similar package (weborf), but yet with some differences. Weborf uses a basedirectory param while woof can use a directory or a file. Weborf will not limit the number of connections. Woof would tar a directory and weborf would produce an html list of files. Weborf does not support file upload in the same way. The user would be forced to use a CGI script. Or, weborf supports the PUT method, but no browser does. Weborf is also meant to be used as a normal webserver, and woof is not. I think the upload option and the tar of directory are quite convenient. Bye -- Salvo Tomaselli
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