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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject httpd subproject mod_aspdotnet / Apache.Web update
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2004 03:03:43 GMT
No initial response - so resending... looking for the name of the mail list
that was created for mod_aspdotnet.  I seem to have a gap in my mail
archives when a primary harddrive decided to go south.

The infra team answered my second question... Justin's answer;




Sorry this has sat long neglected; I have two questions - someone (perhaps
Noel) set up a list for discussion, and I can't remember it's name?  The second
question, are there any ASF pages on creating/maintaining/using SVN as
we have it set up today?  I want to directly drop this into SVN as opposed
to starting with CVS at this late date.


Project: Apache.Web; Proposed subproject of
Proposed Charter:

Support httpd server interfaces to ECMA-335 / ISO/IEC 23271 (CLI) languages,
known to Microsoft users as .NET, and solicit the support of CLI implementors
to support a wide range of CLI bindings.

Referred to Incubation: Apache HTTP Server project
Code Origin: William A. Rowe, Jr. [], Covalent
Assignment: CLA on file; code grant from Covalent on file

Developer's List: [...?] (need to locate existing list)
Initial Codebase:
Code Repository: [...?] (will begin in SVN)

Initial PPMC (list to grow, voulenteers?):
  William Rowe <>  CLA on file
  Daniel Lopez <>  CLA on file
  Ian Holsman <>  CLA on file
  Sterling Hughes <>

Discussions Threads:
    Message-Id: <>
    Message-Id: <>
                    [promoted to incubator]; 
     Message-Id: <>


  Invite participants to dev@ forum
  Identify PPMC 
  Create SVN repository
  Validate providence of code
  Release from incubator to httpd PMC supervision.

  Begin another module to expose Apache, al la modperl, to the CLR, created
  probably from scratch or borrowing on some of the other cross-language
  Apache hosting projects such as Apache's tcl, modperl and similar efforts.

Potential Issues:

The mono project's ASP.NET implementation is distributed by them under 
a separate package due to potential patent conflicts.  This inhibits our ability
as a U.S. based organization to take special exception for binding to their
CLI implementation of the System.Web provider.  Note we are a System.Web
consumer so these issues aren't relevant to our implementation against the

These issues should not affect efforts to implement the native Apache methods
and exposing them to the mono CLR, only the ASP.NET side of the world.


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