I would like to see something like Apache and Zope together, because 
I use them on NT. 
  Are you talking about making Apache run Zope out of the box?


Michel Pelletier proposes an interesting idea, of integrating Zope with 
Apache 2.0. That sounds like a really great idea with many upsides -- 
especially because you could write all kinds of interesting Apache 
extensions in Python. Has anyone written that idea up, or discussed it on 
other mailing lists? As a first step, how about using SWIG to expose the 
Apache 2.0 api to mod_python. -Don From: {HYPERLINK 
Pelletier) Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 11:09:45 -0400 Subject: [Zope-
dev] A modest proposal: Replace medusa with Twisted Just to throw 
out another idea, Amos has discussed with me in the past the idea of 
replacing medusa with Apache 2.0. Compelling as many of Twisted's 
features may be, Apache 2.0 as far as i can tell supports many of them 
as well (except perhaps jython integration, which is a pipe dream 
anyway for Zope). Apache has the upshot in that it is rock solid, tested 
by millions, trusted by even more, and no doubt one of the most actively 
developed peices of software there is. For ZC the upshots of 1) not 
needing to maintain it, and 2) it being a excellent marketing tool 
outweight many technical benifits that twisted may have that Apache 
doesn't (I'd like to know what the differences are, however). For 
example, does twisted do URL rewriting? proxy? process/thread job 
control? Twisted does have the advantage of 1, but not 2. Further, our 
faith in the continuing development of Apache is, de facto, more than 
that of twisted simply based on the age, number of users, and number of 
developers of each project. I'm not dismissing the idea, I'm just pointing 
out an alternative to Itamar's alternative. ;) -Michel 

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