Igor's post about nginx from this morning

Hello All,

If you haven’t seen Igor’s post from today, yet, it’s worth a read.
Here’s a teaser –

The next 12 months herald some major new features for NGINX Open Source. The
stories about NGINX and JavaScript will be realized - I have a working prototype
of a JavaScript VM that is highly optimized for NGINX’s unique requirements and
we’ve begun the task of embedding it within NGINX Open Source.

Our community of module developers is vital to the success of NGINX in the open
source world. We know it’s not as easy as it could be to develop for NGINX, and to
address that situation, we’re beginning the implementation of a pluggable module
API in the next couple of months. Our goal is to make it simpler for our developer
community to create and distribute modules for NGINX, giving users more choice and
flexibility to extend the NGINX open source core. We’re also establishing a
developer relations team to help support the community in this transition.

You may already have read our plan to support HTTP/2 in NGINX Open Source. We
appreciate how important it is to our users that we continue to support the
innovations that others are making in our space, and our HTTP/2 support will of
course build on the successful SPDY implementation that has been used by a number
of sites.

The rest is here —
http://nginx.com/blog/nginx-open-source-reflecting-back-and-looking-ahead/

As always, NGINX’s continued growth and success is thanks to you all in
the user and developer communities. If you have any questions about the
developer relations team, please feel free to reach out.

Sarah

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