[Mono-osx] configuring mod_mono for apache
Mon, 25 Apr 2005 16:53:01 -0400
In this discussion, nothing has been said that would be violation of an
NDA. Tiger exists, some developer's have it, and there are public
builds. These are things that are not protected by any NDA.
What version of Apache is part of Tiger, and details along those lines
would be NDA violations, and I haven't seen anything in this
conversation along those lines. Believe it or not, the majority of us
on this list know our way around the world under NDA's, I swear I've
spent most of my 20 year development career under some form of NDA for
various projects. It's just part of life.
The things that someone under an NDA can discuss are, details without
elaboration of published features and products and the existance of
published projects so long as the discussion sticks to that of
published information, eg. can be found on Apple.com.
The things you cannot discuss are details of unpublished information,
and that includes things like the version of the included open source
project, as that information has not been disclosed publicly by Apple.
Discussing how to implement a 3rd party product on an unreleased
project does not infringe upon the NDA, and in this case only the
original poster acknowledges possession of Tiger (without acknowledging
a revision #). The rest of the discussion has been theoretical AFAIK,
as no Tiger specific implementation details have been discussed.
I know that my instructions weren't, as they where tested on my Panther
PowerBook :-), that is awaiting Friday delivery of my Family Pack.
On Apr 25, 2005, at 2:20 PM, Ian Stoba wrote:
> Please excuse my desperate plea:
> Some of us are bound to NDAs for Apple's developer programs and do not
> have seed keys. This means (at least in my case) that I need to close
> my eyes, stick my fingers in my ears, and shout "I can't hear you!"
> whenever anyone discusses Tiger. I think I'm also supposed to hop up
> and down on one foot. You may be too, check the small print on your
> ADC membership agreement.
> Seriously, though, please don't mention any specifics about Tiger
> until 6:00PM on Friday when the NDA restrictions expire. My coworkers
> want me to take my fingers out of my ears.
> And yes, the merits of promotion through obscurity regarding Apple
> have been debated ad nauseam. My concern is just not inadvertently
> breaking the agreement I signed with them.
> On Apr 25, 2005, at 10:35 AM, Adhamh Findlay wrote:
>> Pierre Mignolet wrote:
>>> I have compiled all by default. It seems to be in
>>> I have launched xsp on port 8080 and try to called it, everything
>>> was right.
>>> Know I'm just trying to configure apache to call mod_mono.
>> What build of Tiger are you running?
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