Apache 2.0.36: who should upgrade?

Wednesday, 15 May 2002, 1:54 PM EST

The Apache Software Foundation, the community that develops the free open source Web server, officially released Apache 2.0.36 for general availability earlier this month. This latest version includes fixes for bugs found in Apache 2.0.35, which was just released last month.

Users who have not encountered any of the bugs detected in 2.0.35 do not need to upgrade to this latest version, said Ryan Bloom, one of the lead developers of Apache 2.0 for the ASF and manager of core engineering at Covalent Technologies.

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