"SHTTPD": Windows web-server, light-weight, stand-alone and multi-platform (Unix, etc)
Tony at tdrmail.co.uk
Thu Jun 8 12:43:53 UTC 2006
If you have already paid to use Windows server, then it is effectively a 'free product'. However you need to be specially licensed to see the source code.
You also get IIS5 with XP, but I would not recommend using that as it is not as secure.
From: owner-or-talk at freehaven.net on behalf of Anothony Georgeo
Sent: Thu 08/06/2006 12:02
To: or-talk at freehaven.net
Subject: RE: "SHTTPD": Windows web-server, light-weight, stand-alone and multi-platform (Unix, etc)
--- Tony <Tony at tdrmail.co.uk> wrote:
> Windows Server 2003 already comes with IIS6
The Tor team wants 'free software' not Microsoft
Access to source code and ability to modifity source
code is one of the main legs of 'free software' and
not allowed by Microsoft.
Please read this page for a great definition of 'free
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