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Re: Apache/PHP maintainership

On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 01:37:40AM +0100, Stipe Tolj wrote:
>Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>On Jan 24 23:55, Brian Dessent wrote:
>>>So, unfortunately I throw in the towel on this one.  I think I've posted
>>>the patches to this list that I had made, which would be a starting
>>>point if anyone else feels up to the task.  At the point where I
>>>stopped, the PHP modules would at least all build as dynamic shared
>>>modules but some of them would not load or would cause segfaults.  So,
>>>there's still some work to be done there to find out why.
>>Are you also laying down Apache maintainership?  That would be a pity.
>>I don't see why Apache should depend on PHP.  Webserver also work fine
>>without PHP scripts from what I can tell :-)
>now, agree'ing to Corinna here.
>As I am still on the list and yes, still work on Apache for Cygwin... I'd 
>like to pick-up the opportunity to bring up some new packages with the 
>apache-1.3 tree and the httpd-2.0 tree - on which I worked already in 
>trying to get it build in DSO/DLL fashion mode - for upload. At least 
>re-building the latest apache-1.3 should be a very quick shot to go for.

I've checked with Corinna on this.

We are not interested in taking you up on this offer.

Thank you.


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