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Meilleures ventes Sciences. Apache cookbook Ken Coar , Rich Bowen. The two hundred plus recipes in the book cover additional topics such as: Security Aliases, Redirecting, and Rewriting CGI Scripts, the suexec Wrapper, and other dynamic content techniques Error Handling SSL Performance The impressive collection of useful code in this book is a guaranteed timesaver for all Apache users, from novices to advanced practitioners. Using Regular Expressions in Apache B.
Troubleshooting Index. Description Apache web server has good documentation for installing and configuring, but where do you go for help with the day-to-day stuff, like adding common modules or fine-tuning your activity logging? The third edition of this book provides more than updated recipes for the latest versions of Apache, with practical examples for web administrators, programmers, and anyone else who works with the web server.
For every problem addressed in the book, you'll find short, focused pieces of code that you can use immediately.
You also get explanations of how and why the code works, so you can adapt the problem-solving techniques to similar situations. This book offers recipes that range from simple tasks, such as installation, to complex tasks, such as setting up name-based virtual hosts. This cookbook has solutions for beginners and experienced users alike.
He is part of the web team at Asbury College, where he does server administration and web app development. Ken has been responsible for fielding email sent to the Apache project, and his experience with that mailing list provided a foundation for this book.
Rating details. Prior proposals are kept on the Incubator wiki and can be consulted as examples, keeping in mind that the proposal template mentioned above is the current reference for new proposals. Once the proposal is ready, the podling representatives send it to the general incubator.
Once the discussion phase is finished, the champion or a podling representative starts a [VOTE] thread on the general incubator. Usually, the champion or incubation mentors drive this process, but it can also be driven by podling community members if they know how to proceed. There are also some restrictions about how podlings can advertise themselves and especially around press releases related to podlings. The Initial Code Import guide has more details about this. During incubation the podling is expected to build and expand its community, which includes voting in new committers and PPMC members.
A podling is expected to make several software releases during incubation, that gradually progress towards being fully conformant to the ASF Release Policy. As podlings are not "real" ASF projects yet, it is important to set expectations right. First, the podling votes on the release on their dev mailing list, with PPMC members votes being "binding" and others being welcome to cast consultative votes. The main goal of this vote is for the podling community to practice and learn voting on releases.
Then, if that first vote is successful, an Incubator PMC vote is held on the Incubator general mailing list. Incubation mentors can optionally indicate that their votes in the first phase can be carried on to the Incubator PMC vote. Podling are "TLPs in training" and most of what they do is the same as TLPs, especially as they progress in their incubation journey. Read How the ASF works for more information about this. Both report monthly initially, then quartely. Podlings do not have this role, incubation mentors are volunteer community members act as the liaison between the podling and the Incubator PMC.
The ASF strongly encourages projects to grow and renew their roster regularly, to foster project sustainability. Once the podling community starts feeling ready to graduate, they should make a self-assessment of that readiness. The Maturity Model page includes links to example from graduate podlings.