Here is the words from Apache Httpd Server Offical Website:
The Apache HTTP Server Project is proud to announce the release of version 2.2.4 of the Apache HTTP Server ("Apache"). This version is principally a bugfix release.
This version of Apache is a major release and the start of a new stable branch, and represents the best available version of Apache HTTP Server. New features include Smart Filtering, Improved Caching, AJP Proxy, Proxy Load Balancing, Graceful Shutdown support, Large File Support, the Event MPM, and refactored Authentication/Authorization.
Here is the Changelog for this version.
You could download the package from the mirrors of Apache Httpd Server."
Overheard on a Sunday show today: the notion that Bush should consider pulling out, because, well, we just had a national election where people clearly expressed their preference for that.
I disagree with the fact presented in that question, but more importantly, the premise based upon that fact is utterly flawed. We do not have a democracy, we have a republic, and the reason we have an electoral college is first and foremost to insulate the President from the will of the people.
While the truth may be murky at times, that does not mean that every half-baked extreme point of view has to be given equal deliberation or respect.
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For those who've never heard of 2channel, the BBS is massively popular, recieving over 2.7 million posts every day."
They do have a Citrix substitute for non-Windows users. However:
Finally, if your organization has more than 10 non-Windows users, they want you to add a dedicated Windows box to handle the traffic.
Why is it legal for the federal government to require applicants to use an expensive, proprietary system with terrible security? This is particularly surprising because many technical people, from program officers to computer administrators, in the government personally like open source and detest MS.
As a crazy guess, over 100,000 different people each year submit proposals. That's 100,000 people who must have MS Windows licenses whether they want to or not.
Anyone who was concerned about the open format fight in Massachusetts last year should be concerned about grants.gov.
Finally, for National Science Foundation clients, this is a big step backwards. NSF has had an excellent online system, http://fastlane.nsf.gov/ for years. Fastlane has no bias towards MS. However, by federal edict, NSF people must also use grants.gov.