CJ Ess zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 23:17:01 UTC 2015

Looks like Cloudflare patched SPDY support back into NGINX, and they will
release the patch to everyone next year:


On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 1:14 PM, CJ Ess <zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com> 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.
> 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).
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