> Mark Baker writes:
> > I know it gets a lot of use behind Nortel's firewall, which is quite large
> > (the world's largest MacLAN, though shrinking fast!). Probably somewhere
> > around 30% based on the discussions in our newsgroups. But I doubt it'll
> > get any bigger than that - we just got a corporate Netscape server
> That certainly makes it a more interesting test case. FWIW, though,
> educational institutions can get free Netscape servers (though without
> formal support), and an awful lot of them still use Apache, so it
> isn't necessarily a slam-dunk for the commercial product even when
> price is taken out of the picture.
Hmm... Apple seems to have stopped using WebStar on
many of its websites. According to
Netcraft's Web Server Survey webpage
www.apple.com is running Netscape-Enterprise/3.0
store.apple.com is running Netscape-Enterprise/2.01.
devworld.apple.com is running Netscape-Commerce/1.12
horton.austin.apple.com is running Netscape-Commerce/1.12.
macos.apple.com is running Apache/1.0.3
www.info.apple.com is running WebStar
www.next.com is running Apache/1.0.5
www.info.apple.com is running Lotus-Domino/4.5
the me that you know used to have feelings but the blood has stopped pumping and he's left to decay the me that you used to know doesn't come around much that part of me isn't here anymore. NIN
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