Nobody gives a flying f what you released from trunk. I personally will be
dead and buried before you release httpd 3.0.  So like you I don’t give a
damned what you do with it.

I just want the warfare against existing libapreq2 users to cease and

If there are known vulnerabilities in the existing codebase, you have a
professional obligation to report them to the security team, who have
assured me they will send them my way for proper handling by a competent

None have been forthcoming, so that’s reason to release 2.18 as-is and
mothball the subproject so we need not deal with each other again over it.


Joe Schaefer, Ph.D.
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On Thu, Feb 15, 2024 at 5:17 PM Eric Covener <> wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 14, 2024 at 11:57 PM Joe Schaefer <> wrote:
>> Twenty years in core, with one bug to fix.
>> And you couldn’t even manage without three different botched releases.
> I think you are mixing up apreq and httpd releases here.
> AIUI the apreq stuff in the core of httpd-trunk has only ever been in one
> alpha release, and predates the regression.
> I'll keep any advice about an apreq release to myself, good luck and
> please be mindful of the CoC

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