Comment 32 for bug 397721

Staying focussed, If what Ondrej is saying today is actually more
representative of the official Debian position, then thats positive
news on Debians part. And we should be grateful for that. Its quite
welcome for Ondrej here to bring the matter up within Debian after
Php-5.4, and / or the formal release of FPM.

I stand corrected.

On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 2:08 PM, Ondřej Surý <email address hidden> wrote:
> That's not true, so please stop spreading this. There isn't even a
> wishlist bug report in Debian about including php-fpm SAPI.
>
> We will probably not add FPM for next stable (squeeze) since it's not
> stable enough/proven long enough/included upstream to be supported for
> next full release cycle. After squeeze is out we may consider adding
> this SAPI, although I think it would be best to wait for FPM to be
> included in upstream php.
>
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> [needs-packaging] php-fpm
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> Status in PHP FastCGI Process Manager: Confirmed
> Status in “php5” package in Ubuntu: Triaged
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> Bug description:
> It's seems to be a great component with nginx for web servers.
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