It's definitely considered experimental.
At 22:19 21/3/2001, Jason Greene wrote:
>Though I am still considered new to this group, I thought I would put in
>my two cents.
>Are we considering fastcgi module stable? We currently release
>as part of the distribution. If fastcgi is considered EXPERIMENTAL, then I
>don't see why the
>module itself could not be included in the RC branch. The only piece that
>really has to be checked
>is config.m4, and in this scenario there doesn't appear to be
>problems(efficient or not). As long as
>the withval test is valid, and the module is not enabled by default it
>really shouldn't affect php
>as a whole. I believe that this is a fine exception to the rule.
>However, if fastcgi is being labled stable, then, IMHO, I believe it
>should wait for thorough testing,
>and the next freeze.
>I think that Sascha, and Jani have concerns with this being the first
>domino in a series of continually
>growing exceptions to the release process. An RP ruleset is one of those
>things that is often considered
> "Holy",and shouldn't have reoccuring exceptions. Zeev has expressed
> valid points about the functionality
> being important and shouldn't wait. Which, if there is big need for it,
> why can't there be a compromise?
>Perhaps everyone should consider altering the RP ruleset, to include an
>exception about adding new
>If the exception policy was in place here are some questions of thought:
>What would be necessary to make it safe to php in a whole?
>What should the requirements be to allow this to happen ( ex. a lot of
>user demand, replaces something considered unstable) ?
>Should this require any re-testing?
>Should this require x amount of RCs to follow and how many?
>Should there be a vote on whether or not to allow the module in?
>Is this module something that should first be released as an add-on?
>I honestly agree with both positions on this one, and I think good can
>come from both of them : )
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Zeev Suraski" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: "Sascha Schumann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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>Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 1:33 PM
>Subject: Re: [PHP-DEV] Re: [PHP-QA] Re: [PHP-DEV] Re: [PHP-CVS] cvs:
> > But I referred to 4.0.3pl1 :)
> > At 21:23 21/3/2001, Sascha Schumann wrote:
> > > > The Apache module issue was a security problem. A fairly major
> one, too.
> > >
> > > Yes, that is why I mentioned 4.0.4pl1 as an exception in an
> > > earlier email.
> > >
> > > - Sascha Experience IRCG
> > > http://schumann.cx/ http://schumann.cx/ircg
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