SPDY + HTTP/2
zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 22:35:04 UTC 2015
Let me get back to you on that - we're going to send some traffic through
Cloudflare and see how the traffic breaks out given the choice of all three
On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 1:29 PM, Maxim Konovalov <maxim at nginx.com> wrote:
> On 12/3/15 9:14 PM, CJ Ess wrote:
> > NGINX devs,
> > I know you were very excited to remove SPDY support from NGINX, but
> > for the next few years there are a lot of devices (mobile devices
> > that can't upgrade, end users who aren't comfortable upgrading, etc)
> > that are not going to have http/2 support. By removing SPDY support
> > you've created a situation where we either have to penalize those
> > users by forcing them to HTTP(S) connections, or we have to forego
> > upgrading NGINX and not offer HTTP/2.
> I think these "a lot" and "many years" are just overestimation based
> on the marketing buzz around spdy, http2 and other so-called
> As you see, spdy penetration is just 6% and it starts to decline.
> http/2 is still ~2% but growing super quickly.
> And we do provide 1.8 branch which supports spdy.
> > Cloudflare is offering both SPDY and HTTP/2 - they are a huge NGINX
> > shop but I'm not clear if they are using NGINX to do that or not.
> > I'd like to encourage you to follow their lead and reinstate the
> > SPDY support for a while (even if its just a compile time option
> > thats disabled by default).
> As for your request: can you explain how spdy deprecation affects you
> personally (not Cloudflare or other).
> Maxim Konovalov
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