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Re: Why Apple compare Apache on OS X with IIS on NT
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 3/19/1999; 3:39:31 AM Topic: Why Apple compare Apache on OS X with IIS on NT Msg #: 4276 (In response to 4265) Prev/Next: 4275 / 4277
If that's the positioning then they screwed up on the naming of the product. Instead of calling it Mac OS X Server, they should have called it AppleApache. Then the bonus features of Netbooting and AppleShare functionality would have made it look just right.
This is the Apache that Apple would make? It runs on Mac hardware, supports Mac users, but it is not Mac. Also a little advance leaking would have helped them here too. And they could have let developers know that their products are still welcome, assuming they still are. We still don't know the answer to that question.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Why Apple compare Apache on OS X with IIS on NT, Chuck Shotton, 3/19/1999; 7:01:24 AM
- Re: Why Apple compare Apache on OS X with IIS on NT, Chris Hanson, 3/19/1999; 7:09:12 AM
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