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Originally posted by seapig Jakarta is a great web server.
It would be cool to see a question like
What language do you use for web scripting?
If 95% of all web apps were coded in java, then jakarta would be ranked better. If mod_php was actually a seperate project, like jakarta, I bet Apache would not be so far ahead.
How did tux not make the list?
Not that I would have voted for it.
Apache has always been the leader. And have I been asleep for the last five years? What is up with all this web app / scripting crap? Personaly I think Java is complete waste of time and effort.. that aside what happened to good old HTML??? does anybody use that anymore?? all I ever hear now is XML this, Java that.. Personaly my websites look just as good as any PHP, Java, XML Monster (and my sites load faster) and I stick with good old perl and HTML.. all your Java Beaners need to remember the good old <TABLE> and image slicing.
Distribution: OpenBSD 4.6, OS X 10.6.2, CentOS 4 & 5
Apache 2.x vs. 1.x would have been an interesting comparison. That being said, Apache is not only the #1 httpd in Linux, it's the number one in the world (dispite MS's stranglehold on nearly everything). Now that's saying something.
Originally posted by tallship ...
On another note, you may want to consider splitting up the apache category into version 1.x.x and version 2.x.x just to see how many people are using, or have new confidence in the latest incarnation.
Originally posted by tallship On another note, you may want to consider splitting up the apache category into version 1.x.x and version 2.x.x just to see how many people are using, or have new confidence in the latest incarnation.