mdounin at mdounin.ru
Thu May 26 23:18:13 UTC 2022
On Mon, May 23, 2022 at 11:32:08AM +0200, Mathias Bynens via nginx-devel wrote:
> Thank you, Maxim. Is there anything else I can do to help move this
> along? The change is rather small and clearly follows the latest RFC,
> so I would expect it to be uncontroversial.
On the other hand, the RFC itself is rather controversial, as it
and it adds the "mjs" extension, which is known to be mostly used
in NodeJS-specific environments and was originally introduced with
quite questionable claim that "on the web file extensions doesn't
I don't think we are in position to add the mjs extension, it does
not seem to qualify as something commonly used on the web now.
The ticket referenced in the previous message can be used to track
of the change suggested by the RFC becomes more clear. For now,
it looks like this might need more compatibility shims (such
the default list of types handled by the charset module) and more
changes (such as change of the MIME type used by autoindex with
Hope this helps.
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