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 Re: mod_fcgid unfairly described
Author: Dan 
Date:   23-11-05 12:44

AnonyBsd wrote:

> As you can see at http://www.freshports.org/www/mod_fcgid/, the
> maintainer was removed after the forum post.

True. I don't think the two events are related.

> I cannot submit a patch because I no longer have access to
> FreeBSD. I'm running Debian 3.1 until FreeBSD 6.x has most
> (not even all) of the ports I require on my servers.

FYI: if you disagree with the description, you don't need FreeBSD to submit a patch. Try the web interface: http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html

> If you or another person with access to FreeBSD can take over
> as maintainer of mod_fcgid, it would be beneficial.

People take over maintainership when interested. I don't use the port. I'm not interested. :)

> mod_fcgid version in ports is outdated by over a year, and the
> project is gaining popularity due to people finally switching
> to Apache2 and also trying out Ruby-on-Rails since mod_fcgid is
> more stable than mod_fastcgi on Apache2 (at least on Linux with
> worker MPM).

All it takes is interest.

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