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Here's the link to the email announcement.

Thanks to the many, many contributors to this version. Please see the summary of changes below, along with a special dedication for this release to Randy Kobes.

You can get mod_perl 2.0.5 at one of the following urls, including the CPAN:

http://perl.apache.org/download/index.html

http://apache.org/dist/perl/mod_perl-2.0.5.tar.gz
http://apache.org/dist/perl/mod_perl-2.0.5.tar.gz.asc (pgp sig)

md5: 03d01d135a122bd8cebd0cd5b185d674

The mod_perl PMC dedicates this release of mod_perl to Randy Kobes, who passed away in September 2010. Randy was a member of the mod_perl project management committee and a co-author of the mod_perl Developer's Cookbook. His work helped many Windows mod_perl users. His work with ppm files, and Win32 perl users will be sorely missed. He was kind, bright, and always willing to lend a hand on the mod_perl user's list.

Full 2.0.5 changelog

In reply to mod_perl 2.0.5 has arrived by redhotpenguin

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