WebDAV has been released as a module for Apache.
In a nutshell, and really, *really* simplified: WebDAV is CVS for websites,
implemented as a protocol (an extension of HTTP/1.1).
If you run your web development business the way it should be - on the
Internet - or you're a freelancer teleworking for an agency that operates this
way, you should look into WebDAV.
Read the final paragraph in the press release for a better description. And then
the FAQ. And then RFC 2518.
And no, I haven't used it yet. I've just been watching it very closely. NEXT
week I'll be using it... :)
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