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Apache Week issue 244 (27th April 2001)
May 3, 2001, 15 :53 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (782 reads)

The last issue of Apache Week shares information about the next ApacheCon (Dublin), threaded MPM, mod_proxy in Apache 2.0, and SSL support for Apache 2.0.

"The first ever Apache conference was held in October 1998 in San Francisco. In 2000 there were two other highly successful conferences in Orlando and England. Earlier this month ApacheCon stormed Santa Clara. Now it's back to Europe for the second conference in 2001."

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