[nycbug-talk] Fwd: no more apache updates
Mon Jun 7 12:43:55 EDT 2004
Pete Wright wrote:
> G.Rosamond wrote:
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Henning Brauer <henning at openbsd.org>
>>> Date: June 6, 2004 9:48:36 AM EDT
>>> To: misc at openbsd.org
>>> Subject: no more apache updates
>>> The apache we ship with OpenBSD will stay at version 1.3.29. We will
>>> fix bugs, but there won't be any updates any more. 1.3.31 has been
>>> released under their "new" license which is less free than the previous
>>> one, and this is not acceptable.
>>> You know whom to complain to.
> woah. no 2.x? woah. and i thought the debain folks were strict.
so i just read up on the thread regarding this decision. i am not
on the openBSD list currently. maybe someone on the nycbug list can
explain in better detail/clarity what the OBSD team finds wrong with the
ASF 2.0 license? From my perspective, as a sysadmin, there are some
pretty interesting features in httpd 2.x that i was looking forward to.
What I gathered from the thread was aside from the license issues, the
httpd team was not very receptive in accepting patches from the obsd
team. If that's true that's kinda lame :(
here is a link to a web-based thread of the discusion:
pete at nomadlogic.org
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