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Author martin.panter
Recipients docs@python, martin.panter, terry.reedy
Date 2015-01-17.03:39:18
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The post makes a bit more sense once you realize the dotted numbers refer to old section numbers (which have moved on now):

20.19.2 → “Server Objects” section
20.19.1 → “Server Creation Notes”

Regarding point 2: Instructions for the user to make a threading or forking are still relevant when using a subclass (e.g. HTTPServer) that does not come with a predefined subclass. However documenting which predefined classes exist would be nice too.
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