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Subject <AUTO> {NYTDIGITAL#002-903-699}My first message
Date Sun, 20 Jun 2004 05:21:58 GMT

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-----Original Message-----
From:		hector  [hector@clubdelphi.com]
Sent:		Sunday, Jun 20 2004 1:03AM
To:		gui-dev@apache.org [gui-dev@apache.org]
Subject:	My first message


I'm some kind of newbie using the Apache webserver, and I'm a little bit 
surprised with the fact that, Apache, the greatest webserver in da 
world, doesn't have any popular-or-standard GUI.

I visited the page of the GUI projects at http://gui.apache.org/, and i 
didn't find any complete GUI for apache. Also, some of the projects are 
out-of-date, and I wish to know wich one of the projects is the more 
often used (or updated), and what can I do to increase this effort.

I really want to help, but it depends of the project/programming 
language, and the commitment of the community.

Thanks for reading!

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