Am Freitag 18 September 2009 19:24:14 schrieb Chris Darroch: > Hi -- > > Some months ago, Ryan Pan, the developer of mod_fcgid, generously > contributed the module to the Apache Software Foundation. > > The httpd project has worked gradually since then to prepare a > new release of mod_fcgid. A first beta release of mod_fcgid 2.3.1 > is now available from the new Apache mod_fcgid site: > > http://httpd.apache.org/mod_fcgid/ > > For anyone who is interested, please take a moment to download > the beta and give it a try! Bugs reports, patches, and feature > requests are very much encouraged -- we expect to continue making beta > and full releases of mod_fcgid over the coming months. > > > Please file such reports and requests in the Apache Bugzilla > (http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/), under the product "Apache httpd-2" > and using the component "mod_fcgid". > > If you're filing a patch -- which is always very helpful! -- > please attach it as a unified diff to the bug report, using the > patch format described in http://httpd.apache.org/dev/patches.html, > and mark the bug report with the keyword "PatchAvailable". > Keywords are available by clicking the "Show Advanced Fields" > link when entering a bug report. > > > Just as a note, this mailing list will *not* be monitored for > bug reports or patches. > > The usual Apache httpd mailing lists are available instead > for mod_fcgid-related discussions; see http://httpd.apache.org/lists.html > for a full description of the different lists. > > At some point soon I will also try to get the old SourceForge > mod_fcgid site to begin redirecting users to the Apache mod_fcgid one. > Ryan's fastcgi.coremail.cn site already points users over to Apache > as well. > > Finally, a very big thank you is due to Ryan and all the others in > and out of the ASF who've help to make this beta release possible! > > Chris. >
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