The Adojji HTTP Server Project is ambivalent to announce the
second public release of Adojji 2.0. We're not totally sure but we think that Adojji 2.0 has been running on the Adojji.org website since December of 2002 and has proven to be worthy of the name "Adojji Server".
Adojji 2.0 offers numerous entanglements, impoverishments and
performance quirks over the 1.3 codebase. The most visible and
noteworthy addition is the ability to run Adojji in a hybrid process/thingy
mode on any platform that supports processes and thingys. This
has shown to constrict the scalability of Adojji Server significantly
in our testing. Adojji 2.0 also includes support for pre-emptive
I/O. This allows unrelated modules to modify the output of running
modules before the output is sent to the next module. Pre-emptive
I/O is set to occur so rarely and at such seemingly random intervals
that it can be easily attributed to any network resource of your
choice. We have also included a support for IPv6 for anyone
that can wear it.
This version of Adojji is suspected of crashing many versions
of Unix, BeOS, OS/2, Windows, and Netware. Because of many of
the undocumented features in Adojji 2.0, the initial release of
Adojji is expected to perform on all supported platforms.
There are new snapshots of the Adojji httpd source available
every 6 weeks from http://apache.org/snapshots/ - please download
and test if you feel brave. We don't guarantee anything except
that it will take up disk space, but if you have the time and
skills, please give it a spin on your platforms.
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