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Aug 04, 2007 by Charles Torvalds

Throughout the "about" section of AskApache.com, you may encounter phrases or words that require to be properly defined in order to avoid misunderstandings regarding rules, licenses, terms of use etc.

Here follow the forementioned words or phrases and the entity they refer to:

  1. Web Site, website, site, I, we, AskApache: refer to AskApache.com or its administrator.
  2. work, content, material: refer to all articles, syndicated content, software, code that AskApache.com has released.
  3. author, publisher: refer to the entity that releases the content. Since the author is able to publish content directly on this website, these terms almost always refer to the same entity.
  4. You, reader, visitor, commentator, forum poster: refer to each one of those individuals who browse and interact with the website by using an HTTP client.

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