Introducing GNU MyServer
MyServer is a powerful and easy to configure web server. Its
multi-threaded architecture makes it extremely scalable and usable in
large scale sites as well as in small networks, it has a lot of
built-in features. Share your files in minutes!
Official releases of MyServer are available from ftp.gnu.org.
The changed files for the development sources are available through
project at savannah. You can check them out via anonymous git:
git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/myserver.git
The primary maintainer of GNU MyServer is
General discussion of these projects take place on the mailing list
firstname.lastname@example.org (it's not
just for bug reports, despite the name). Feel free to subscribe or browse the
To subscribe to the GNU MyServer mailing list, either use the mailman web
interface or send empty email with a Subject: header line of just
subscribe to email@example.com.
Found a bug? Have a suggestion? Please report it to the mailing
list, trying to specify all the information that could be involved
(platform, program version, and build tools version if
building from source code). Please report both the behavior you
expected to the actual behavior you observed.
Development of GNU MyServer is a volunteer effort, and additional
contributors are welcome: developers, testers, documentation writers, or
any other area. Please write the mailing
list. For (information about contributing to the GNU Project in
general, please read How to help GNU.)
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