I've been slowly working on a web server for JOS. All code is written from scratch, and I'm kind of learning a lot of Java networking stuff as I go along. Feel free to contribute. More information can be obtained at the site above.
-- RyanSullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Unfortunately, due to time constraints and other unforeseen circumstances, I will no longer be able to maintain this project. Therefore, I have released the latest code as public domain for anyone to play with. If you would like to take charge of this project, please contact me, and I will gladly allow you to do so.
-- RyanSullivan (email@example.com), 4.7.98
This project is now spearheaded by BorneMace.
-- RyanSullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org), 4.21.98
This project is now orphaned please adopt it.
-- IainLowe (email@example.com), 1.28.99
Do we really need this project? There is an open source (GPL compatible) Java web server already available and in a 2.0 version! It is called Jigsaw. See http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/ I think we need to rather spend our time first on projects which implement the platform, rather than use the platform.
-- AveryRegier (firstname.lastname@example.org), 1.29.99
I'd be happy to adopt it in a while (once I've finished my current project) but I don't promis to use all the source already done :)
Is there a Spec yet as to what is required in this server??
I'll try to post the details on this page as soon as I get copies of the source from BorneMace. You can use as much or as little of the original code as you like, Brill. Avery, have you tried Jigsaw yet?
Updated this article. Homepage has moved from
metamech.com. Added link to on-line source code and mirror directory. -- GilbertHerschberger (2 February 2001).