Our aim was to become an essential resource for anyone
running an Apache server, or anyone responsible for
running Apache-based services. Apache Week started
in February 1996 and ran until October 2004.
Each week we included a range of stories. We had
regular updates on the current status of Apache,
lists of new or suspects bugs, and details of
what is 'under development' for the next release.
We also reported on other news related to Apache, such
as the release of new modules, and links to how Apache was
reported in the press.
Longer articles on specific subjects appeared regularily. These
features ranged from general articles about servers
and web technology through to detailed technical articles
about 'how to' use Apache's advanced features.
Apache is developed by a small group of people, with a lot of input
from users and other developers. We consider Apache Week to be another
form of user-input to the apache project. If Apache Week encourages more
users of Apache and makes the jobs of existing Apache users easier, it
will have served its purpose.