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where's curl at the end of yeark 2000?
From: Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se>
Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2000 10:54:05 +0100 (MET)
Yes, at this time of year people summarizes the year that passed and looks
== Looking back ==
== The year 2000 at a glance ==
So it seems we've been keeping the pace of one major release number increase
The new libcurl design has turned out to be at least partly successful as
This year the curl web site moved physical location as I started working for
The PHP4 module named CURL was introduced during the year and it brought
More recently, the test suite (although not in any way "complete" yet) proved
Authors of GPL software found libcurl and noticed it isn't "GPL compatible".
Last week 3800 archives were downloaded off the curl site. A quick guess that
I've had my first consultant work doing curl fiddling, which inspires me a
... and personally, I got certified Master on advogato.org. Check out
== The future ==
The absolutely nearest future of course has a bugfix release in early January
Other things I expect the curl project to fix or at least take on during the
- Dual licensing. Curl will be released under MPL *or* MIT/X. Check out
- Full multiple download support. I expect the client to support them very
- HTTPS session id support. Makes faster repeated connects to the same https
- I expect even more downloads. The curl site gets more bandwidth early next
- I hope to see a bunch of new people doing project contributions! ;-)
I don't yet have a clear picture of what to expect for curl on the second
I expect to get enough suggestions and help from users and developers to keep
In the end, it's been a fun year and I expect the next to be at least as fun!
-- Daniel Stenberg -- curl project maintainer -- http://curl.haxx.se/Received on 2000-12-22
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