Full Article Attached What Netscape Needs to Succeed

Monday October 26th, 1998

This week's editorial touches on four possible strategies Netscape could use to recover lost ground. I believe it is possible, but it won't happen without some serious introspection. Click Full Article to read more.

Update: Some of my opinion has come to fruition today, as you will see when you read the article...

#6 Re:Apache

by Andrew Mashchak

Tuesday October 27th, 1998 10:01 AM

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Netscape does have a server market to protect. However, what is it about Netscape's Servers that is appealing? Everything that Apache doesn't have. Intuitive graphical server management, integration with things like Directory Server, Netscape ONE, ORB, Javascript development tools, etc... If Netscape can provide these things for the most popular web server out there, Apache, a very strong market foothold can be gained. By creating Apache modules which provide such things and selling a bundled package with support, Netscape can make inroads into the Apache server market and at the same time increase integration between Mozilla and Apache.