[TriLUG] Apache Cookbook
jtate at dragonstrider.com
Fri Jan 16 11:13:12 EST 2004
Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> Tanner Lovelace wrote:
>>So, there I was, browsing slashdot (no comments from the peanut
>>gallery, please ;-) when I noticed a book review about the Apache
>>Cookbook. Specifically, I noted that one of the authors is our
>>very own Rodent of Unusual Size, Ken Coar! Ken! You haven't been
>>holding out on us, now have you? ;-) Any interest in giving us
>>a talk about Apache? Personally, I think an Apache Tips talk could
>>be very interesting...
> holding out? i don't think there's been any secret about this; you
> just don't read my web log. :-)
> as you all know, i generally don't come to meetings; the only one
> i've been to, in fact, was something last year about the kernel.
> i suppose i could do a talk or something, but i don't know when.
> it would help if i knew exactly what sorts of things people wanted
> to know, so i encourage everybody on the list who's interested to
> reply *in this thread* with 'i'd like to hear about x' comments
> so i can try to come up with stuff that'll be the most useful to
> the most people.
I'd like information about WebDAV as well.
Maybe some instruction on KeepAlive and why it should/shouldn't be used.
The proper way to do large scale vhosting.
When will Apache 2.0 be widely accepted? mod_perl on Apache 2.0?
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