On Wed, 10 Feb 1999 10:13:31 +0000, The Pilgrim
>Now that Apache is being used by so many people on MS products and so
>many of there problems seem to be generic to both MS and UNIX, should we
>be thinking about creating a generic news group, and using the .unix and
>.windows groups for problems that are specific to servers running on
>Perhaps even better would be a post to the group for your OS with a
>cross post to the generic group.
I would classify apache posts via 3 broad flavour-grooups:
1) unix specific (compiling, unix system issues, etc)
2) windows specific
3) general questions about how the apache configuration files need to
be setup to achieve a specific desired effect.
The problem is that one post can include more than one of the above
named groups. Say I am trying to get help on a basic configuration,
and ask a unix related question. Where do I post then?
Would the generic group be used for ALL posts that are not OS
In other words, use .unix or .ms-windows only when necessary? That
doesn't feel right to me. If I have a general apache concern, I'd
rather post it where fellow users of my OS will read it, even if it's
not an OS specific issue.
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