Also remove php from task-web-server, as it was the only remaining
web development thing in it. This leaves the task more generally
focused on getting a web server installed, for whatever reason.
There were two possible reasons to include mod_* in the task. It never
really made sense to focus the task on web development, and there are
certianly too diverse a set of frameworks in use now to put them all in a
It makes some sense to have a web server task on which web apps using
common languages can be easily installed, but when the only language left
in the task is php; and given that manually installing stuff is going to
need other manual tweaks beyond installing php anyway; and that Debian
ships a fair number of web apps prepackaged with all necessary
dependencies; and that installing random php code into a web server without
thinking hard enough is not the wisest thing, and not something to be
encouraged; it seems best to make a clean break.