1.0.5 is the current stable public release. The next release
will be 1.1, which is currently in beta test at version 4
The next version of Apache will be 1.1. It has been in public
beta development since April, with four development releases
(1.1b1 through 1.1b4). The number of bug reports has
significantly decreased recently, so this beta test phase is
coming to a close. The full release version of 1.1 is now
expected next week (week ending 5th July) baring any major
problems in the meantime.
Once 1.1 is released, development work will start on the next
release. As well as numerous minor updates, there are four
major changes under consideration:
HTTP/1.1 specification, which should be finalised in
the near future.
Update the source code to use some sort of
auto-configuration to support different platforms.
Add authoring support using the PUT method.
Implement optional multi-threading, where each child
process can handle multiple transactions concurrently.
As yet nothing is decided, not even the version number of the