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Apache Turns 15

The Apache HTTP server is celebrating its 15th anniversary. "February 23, 1994: Individual patch authors around the world are invited to join the 'new-httpd' mailing list to discuss enhancements and future releases of NCSA httpd. The Apache name was chosen for this new effort within the first few days of discussion, along with basic rules for email-based collaboration and a mission to replace the existing server with a standards-based, open source, and extensible software system."
 
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