"One of the chores that I do for the Apache HTTP server project, every three months or so, is to slog through the IANA media type registry to see what new media types have been registered and add them to the mime.types configuration file. This is one of the few things I do that is almost all pain for little or no gain.Read more »
This article introduces pyttpd - a Python webserver. The article is mainly about the basic ideas behind pyttpd, being based on the principle of privilege separation. So far the project is in its early planning phase and there is no code to show, but the article might be still interesting to read.Read more »
"Lighttpd, affectionately known as Lighty is an extremely efficient and lightweight web server. I run Apache 2.2 on all my servers, but have been using Lighttpd for a couple years now to stream video files for a very popular web site I run. Lighttpd has a flv streaming module which can handle more advanced streaming than the usual progressive http streaming.Read more »
"The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache HTTP Server Project are pleased to announce the release of version 2.2.11 of the Apache HTTP Server ("Apache"). This version of Apache is principally a bug fix release..."Read more »
"Today I finally decided to work out this element of our task list. We are happy that now MyServer can be distributed under the GPLv3 terms license without any exception. Previously we were using OpenSSL for the HTTPS protocol, it was giving us some licensing troubles as we needed to add an exception to the original GPLv3 license..."Read more »
"Antiweb4 is a webserver written in Common Lisp, C, and Perl by Doug Hoyte and Hoytech.
Which seems like an interesting twist to me from all the other Common Lisp web servers already out there..."Read more »