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From Curt Arnold <carn...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Download Pages
Date Wed, 07 Sep 2011 05:29:23 GMT
Very likely it was easiest at the time.

The current approach with closer.cgi does not work well with Safari which ignores the site
screaming that the resource is text/html and decides that since the URL ends with .gz it must
be downloaded and not displayed. I filed that as a WebKit bug many years ago and while it
is definitely broken with regard to the standard, there it is not going to change.

I assume that whatever you come up with be an improvement. Get it working with log4net and
we can port it to the other products.

On Sep 6, 2011, at 11:19 PM, Stefan Bodewig wrote:

> Hi,
> over the next few days I'll be working on the log4net site to make it
> use Maven to conform to the rest of the logging projects (at least this
> is what a JIRA ticket raised by Curt claims 8-).  I plan to copy much of
> what log4php has been doing except that I won't invest time in making
> surefire work with NUnit for now.
> The log4net download page currently doesn't use the mirrors at all which
> I'm going to change.  All the other LS download pages I've looked at use
> links to closer.cgi rather than a templated cgi like the commons
> components (for example [1]) or Ant or many other projects do.  Is there
> any reason we are doing it this way?
> Stefan
> [1] http://commons.apache.org/compress/download_compress.cgi

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