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Please Consider trying to merge apache-websocket in upstream Apache #27

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clopez opened this Issue Feb 28, 2013 · 6 comments

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clopez commented Feb 28, 2013

Hi,

I don't know if you were already aware of this bug in upstream Apache: https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=47485

It would be nice if you were willing to make the effort of merging this nice module in upstream Apache.

Thanks

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jimjag Mar 4, 2013

FWIW, I would help in this process. I am currently adding 'ws' support in mod_proxy (to allow mod_proxy to simply proxy/forward ws requests) to trunk

jimjag commented Mar 4, 2013

FWIW, I would help in this process. I am currently adding 'ws' support in mod_proxy (to allow mod_proxy to simply proxy/forward ws requests) to trunk

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jej2003 Mar 16, 2013

This is really great stuff. Is the plan to also fwd wss requests as well? That is the biggest issue that I am currently seeing. Things work great over ws:// though, great job!

jej2003 commented Mar 16, 2013

This is really great stuff. Is the plan to also fwd wss requests as well? That is the biggest issue that I am currently seeing. Things work great over ws:// though, great job!

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jchampio Oct 1, 2015

I'm trying to pick up this effort with my fork of mod_websocket.

jchampio commented Oct 1, 2015

I'm trying to pick up this effort with my fork of mod_websocket.

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jimjag Oct 1, 2015

As mentioned, if there is interest in this being donated to the ASF, I can
help w/ that.

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jimjag commented Oct 1, 2015

As mentioned, if there is interest in this being donated to the ASF, I can
help w/ that.

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https://github.com/jchampio/apache-websocket.


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jchampio Oct 1, 2015

What does the donation process look like? The module is still "v0" and the public API should not be considered stable at this point, but I'm definitely interested in cleaning it up to the point that the ASF can take it.

(If it requires copyright assignment, we're out of luck. But hopefully ASF doesn't require copyright assignment?)

jchampio commented Oct 1, 2015

What does the donation process look like? The module is still "v0" and the public API should not be considered stable at this point, but I'm definitely interested in cleaning it up to the point that the ASF can take it.

(If it requires copyright assignment, we're out of luck. But hopefully ASF doesn't require copyright assignment?)

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jimjag Oct 2, 2015

No, it doesn't require copyright assignment, simply a donation grant (
http://www.apache.org/licenses/software-grant.txt)

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What does the donation process look like? The module is still "v0" and the
public API should not be considered stable at this point, but I'm
definitely interested in cleaning it up to the point that the ASF can take
it.

(If it requires copyright assignment, we're out of luck. But hopefully ASF
doesn't require copyright assignment?)


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jimjag commented Oct 2, 2015

No, it doesn't require copyright assignment, simply a donation grant (
http://www.apache.org/licenses/software-grant.txt)

On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 6:15 PM, Jacob Champion notifications@github.com
wrote:

What does the donation process look like? The module is still "v0" and the
public API should not be considered stable at this point, but I'm
definitely interested in cleaning it up to the point that the ASF can take
it.

(If it requires copyright assignment, we're out of luck. But hopefully ASF
doesn't require copyright assignment?)


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